MAKE SIMPLE CHANGES
- Buy a Reusable Water Bottle
- Use Totes instead of Plastic Bags
- Discover other helpful tips at: Life Without Plastic
ORGANIZE A BEACH CLEAN
BRING WASHED UP TO YOU
Through presentations and educational workshops, we are passionate about sharing Washed Up’s message. Alejandro is available for speaking engagements across all age groups and settings. He has given talks at universities, public forums, as well as K-12 institutions.
For any groups interested in environmental issues, art, photography, etc. and wishing to inquire about the Washed Up Project coming to them, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. From presenting in an intimate classroom setting to giving formal lectures, we would love to work with you to help spread awareness of this environmental issue and to illustrate how art can catalyze important social change. For a list of upcoming lectures check our news page.
GAIN KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE ISSUE
DONATE TO THE WASHED UP PROJECT
As of December 2016, Washed Up is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas and can now accept tax-deductible donations. We appreciate any support you are able to provide. All donations will be used for education, outreach, and creation of new artwork.
The Washed Up Project is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of the Washed Up Project must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Please note for online donations, your donation transaction will be listed as "Fractured Atlas" on your credit card statement. If you would prefer to donate by check, please send a check with your donation amount made out to "Fractured Atlas"to the following address:
Washed Up Project
46 South Oxford Street #10
Brooklyn, NY 11217
READ CURRENT NEWS
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SHARE WHAT YOU DISCOVER ON SOCIAL MEDIA
- Your favorite photograph from the Washed Up Series
- News Article Links
- Use hashtags to help build the network and spread awareness of plastic pollution: