Charity Support you can Identity with

Charity Support you can Identity with

As part of our new website launch we are starting to support Plastic Oceans – the global charity whose stated aim is:-

“To Eradicate Single-Use Plastic and Save The Ocean From Its Fast-Approaching Demise”

We see this as such a crucial issue facing the planet that it was a very easy choice for us when looking for a charity to support as part of our CSR activity. Images of beautiful oceans full of fish and sea life like the one on the homepage of our new website will become more and more rare if we are not careful and we are keen to help change things in any way we can. So any money we raise through charity activity will go to Plastic Oceans and all our social media competitions will have a donation element from us on behalf of the winners.

Thanks for reading and if you feel the same as us and would like to donate the Just Giving page we have just set up is here.

The first social media competition celebrates the launch of our new website. The Twitter competition is linked to the powerful new ocean image on our homepage.

10 winners drawn at random will receive a beautiful thermal bottle adorned with the image plus a $20 donation on their behalf to Plastic Oceans International – a non-profit organization dedicated to ending plastic pollution and fostering sustainable communities worldwide.

To enter simply follow us on Twitter ( @omni_ID ) and retweet the post here.

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