Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii is a grassroots, local nonprofit organization run by a small team of dedicated staff and supported by passionate volunteers, just like you. We inspire local communities to care for their coastlines through fun, hands-on beach cleanups. We also coordinate educational programs, team building corporate cleanups, waste diversion services, public awareness campaigns and help others run their own beach cleanups.

Next "HUGE" Cleanup

June 9th Magic Island for our Annual TOWN Cleanup. Check in 9AM, focusing on the Harbor, Canal, and Magic Island. Come prepared.

Support the Cause

Whether it’s for education or cleanups, for gloves, reusable bags, rakes, or sifters, we make sure your hard earned money goes where it’s needed most.

Marine Debris Reporting

Report plastic pollution accumulations that need to be cleaned up. We will take care of it ourselves or collaborate with partners to remove it ASAP.

Upcoming

Events

JUNE 9TH

JUNE 9th

JUNE 9th

JULY 4TH

JULY 4th FLOTILLA CLEANUP

JULY 4th FLOTILLA CLEANUP

AUGUST 18TH

AUGUST 18th

AUGUST 18th

NOVEMBER 17TH

NOVEMBER 17th

NOVEMBER 17th

Inspiring Stewardship

The next generation will look back upon our time and the distinction will be made, did we do enough to protect our oceans or did we turn our backs on them. At Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii we want to indefinitely show that we not only faced the issues, we worked to solve them. Our main focus is on the youth, empowering them to see hope in the future armed with actions they can take to preserve our Oceans. Press play on video —->

mission statement

 

“Inspiring local communities to care for their coastlines.”

TOP SUPPORTERS

The companies below have financially supported our work for the entire year. Consider collaborating and supporting our work for individual cleanups, programs, or for the entire year. 

Education Station

Keep Learning & Sharing

The Education Station is an interactive educational experience highlighting the harmful effects of plastic pollution on our coastal environments and what we all can do to keep our beaches clean.

DIY Cleanups

Love Your Coast

Organize your own clean-up and get tips via the Love Your Coast website. We also have reusable bags and gloves that locals, non-profits and educational institutions can use for free.

 

Our Cleanup Stats…

Total Cleanups

91

Keiki Educated

26,782

Volunteers

19,583

HI-5

9,289

Weight (lbs.)

323,138

Ocean Plastic

222,283