Ho'ōla i ka moana.

Heal the ocean.


Saving Hawaiian monk seals, one pound at a time.

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#4HawaiianMonkSeals

Hawaiian monk seals have existed for over 10 million years. Now they’re one of the world’s most endangered marine mammals. These animals are native to Hawai’i and can’t be found anywhere else. That’s why they’re the official state mammal. Their Hawaiian name, ‘ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua (ee-lee-oh ho-low ee ka oo-ah-oo-ah) means “dog running in rough water.”

Entanglement in ocean plastic and other marine debris is one of the largest threats Hawaiian monk seals face. In fact, they have one of the highest documented entanglement rates of any pinniped, or seal, species. It’s estimated that there are less than 1,400 of these animals left in the wild and that’s why our proactive approach to the ocean plastic pollution crisis is so crucial.

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#4HawaiianMonkSeals

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There are less than 1,400 Hawaiian monk seals left in the world and they can only be found in Hawaiʻi.

Entanglement rates for Hawaiian monk seals are one of the highest documented among pinniped species.

Hawaiian monk seal habitats are disappearing, leaving them fewer places to rest, give birth, and nurture their pups.

  • Funds the removal of one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines.
  • Beads made from post-consumer recycled glass bottles, including a small amount (less than 5%) of ocean glass.
  • Colored cord made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, including a small amount (less than 5%) of ocean plastic.
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                icon Unisex design.
  • Adjustable from 2-5” in diameter.
  • 100% waterproof.

When you purchase this bracelet, we’ll pull a pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines on your behalf.

  • Funds the removal of one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines.

  • Beads made from post-consumer recycled glass bottles, including a small amount (less than 5%) of ocean glass.

  • Colored cord made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, including a small amount (less than 5%) of ocean plastic.