- Algalita Marine Research Foundation
Algalita Marine Research Foundation (AMRF) is a Long Beach, California based non-profit environmental organization.
- American Skateboards
American Skateboards carries old school style skateboards. All proceeds from the “Save A Wave” campaign goes to the Surfrider Foundation.
- Beach Report Card – Heal the Bay
Display’s Long Beach reporting by street access for the public. Find out how your area beaches are doing.
Beachapedia tries to capture decades of experience and knowledge gained by Surfrider Foundation activists, scientists and staff through hundreds of environmental and educational campaigns on our coasts.
Get rash guards, board shorts, Hawaiian seat covers, Indo Boards, longboard skateboards and much more beach gear. Surfrider members use coupon code surfrider for a special discount.
- Community Action Team (CAT)
The Community Action Team (CAT) promotes social well-being among the general public.
- Dog Beach
Dogs want to go to the beach, too. Now they can!! We support Dog Beach in Long Beach.
EcoLink has a mission of open and constructive collaboration for the purpose of combining the forces of groups working toward environmental justice.
- Friends of Colorado Lagoon
The Friends of Colorado Lagoon is a coalition of concerned citizens working to restore and preserve the Colorado Lagoon.
- Friends of the Los Angeles River
Friends of the Los Angeles River is a non-profit organization founded in 1986 to protect and restore the natural and historic heritage of the Los Angeles River and its riparian habitat through inclusive planning, education and wise stewardship.
- Los Cerritos Wetlands Land Trust
The Los Cerritos Wetlands Land Trust for Long Beach and Seal Beach was incorporated in 2001 by dedicated individuals who grasped the vital importance of the Los Cerritos Wetlands and the urgency of saving and restoring what remained of this unique estuary
- Onepiece At A Time
The vision of Onepiece At A Time is a clean Earth and a world free of litter, with a belief that this can happen “Onepiece At A Time”.