The Last Straw Donations

Over 500 million plastic straws are used per day in the United States alone. That’s enough to wrap around the earth 2.5 times…per day!

Plastic never truly goes away, even if it is recycled, so it becomes stuck in our environment forever.

We all contribute to this problem, meaning we can all make a difference by choosing to reduce or reuse our single use plastic usage.

Donate $75 to support our conservation efforts and receive a bamboo set of reusable utensils and a straw! Your utensils are housed in a carrying case made from recycled plastic bottles.

Donate $135 and receive two sets – one for you and one to share!

COVID-19 UPDATE

Our thoughts go out to all that are being impacted by COVID-19. With a team dedicated to our response to this pandemic, we are meeting regularly to ensure the continuation of programs and services that allow our mission work to continue.

Pacific Whale Foundation’s leadership team is closely monitoring updates from the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization regarding COVID-19. We will continue to seek guidance from these agencies, public health officials and government agencies on an ongoing basis.

The role that our organization plays in keeping people connected for the sake of the environment is incredibly important in times like these. If we all take the proper precautions and continue to treat each other with kindness and care, we’ll get through this together.

How is PacWhale Eco-Adventures addressing COVID-19?

-Following guidance from Hawaii State and County officials, PacWhale is suspending Eco Tours and our Retail Store operations from March 20th – April 30th. 

- To support our employees, we are offering paid, temporary emergency sick leave, restricting all non-essential business travel, deep cleaning work areas, offering teleworking and flexible work schedules, and continuing to communicate updates and reinforce good hygiene practices.

How is Pacific Whale Foundation addressing COVID-19?

-Spring Break Ocean Camp has been cancelled.

-Keiki Whalewatches are being cancelled for the remainder of the season.

- Our marine research and conservation programs will continue to run without disruption.