All life on Earth depends on the health of our Oceans. There was a time when we respected our environment but over time we have neglected the Ocean and its vital roll. We need to reverse this trend before it is too late. Now is the time to show that regardless of our background, we can all work towards a common goal and with a little effort make a major difference. Tona is a kitesurfing and lifestyle brand and Treat Oceans Nice Again is Tona’s way to establish that environmental consciousness should be a basic element of everyday life, both individually and as a brand.
How We Help The Ocean
The mission behind Treat Oceans Nice Again is to do our part in cleaning the oceans and spreading awareness by collaborating and promoting other brands and non profits that are putting in the efforts towards helping the ocean. We want to use our platform to bring awareness to the ongoing issues that we face when it comes to ocean pollution, and remediation. 100% of all the profits from our Treat Oceans Nice Again products will go towards a non-profit organization that helps the education and recovery of our oceans and sea life. Reach out to us if you are interesting in collaborating with us to help spread our message. Treat Oceans Nice Again is Tona’s way to establish that environmental consciousness should be a basic element of everyday life, both individually and as a brand.
Our first Non profit we are partnering with is @plasticsymptoms! Bryan Galvin is a young man from Florida who decided that he has had enough when it comes to single use plastics that we consume in our everyday lives and has decided to take that frusturation and create a platform that will spread positive change in the way we consume and dispose of our trash. Plastic Symptoms has trekked around the entire coastline of FL documenting and educating people on the plastic pandemic we are currently living in. Profits will be going towards this organization that’s helps spread the awareness of plastic pollution in hopes of getting more people to be mindful about the plastic they consume, use, and dispose of everyday.