Bag It

Bag It's partner organizations share our mission of mobilizing the public to protect our environment and our health. Working together, we can confront the challenges currently facing our planet and pave the way toward a more sustainable and thriving future. We are grateful for the chance to collaborate with our amazing partners, working across a range of issues to achieve meaningful change.



Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawai`i (B.E.A.C.H.) is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that brings awareness and solutions to the problem of marine debris on Hawai`i's beaches through environmental education, marine debris removal and plastic reduction and litter prevention campaigns. Their goal is to inspire actions that will reduce and prevent plastic marine debris, resulting in protection for Hawai`i's marine life, sea birds and the ocean/coastal environment.


The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network.


Plastic Pollution Coalition is a global organization of individuals, organizations and businesses working together to end plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on people, animals and the environment.


The mission of the Environmental Working Group (EWG) is to use the power of public information to protect public health and the environment. EWG's plastics work focuses on the toxicity of plastics to human health, which is not fully understood or adequately tested. Because plastics are ubiquitous today, EWG helps consumers to minimize toxic exposures (like BPA and phthalates) by choosing their plastics carefully and avoiding them where possible, especially when pregnant and caring for young children.


The Rise Above Plastics (RAP) Program is the Surfrider Foundation's response to the problem of plastic litter in our ocean and marine environments. The goal of the program is to educate the public on the impacts single-use plastics have on marine environments, and how individuals can make changes in their daily lives and within their communities that will stem the flow of plastics into the environment. RAP also calls upon people to reduce their plastic footprint by reducing or eliminating the use of products such as single-use plastic water bottles and plastic bags.


Eco-Bags Products, Inc. has a single mission: Clean Up the Planet, One Bag at a Time. Through our products, all produced in fair wage and fair labor facilities, we bring alternatives to single use plastics in all parts of our customers' lives. We believe that simple ideas and simple actions have huge impacts.


ChicoBag's mission is to inspire humanity to adopt a healthy reusable bag habit by making it easy for people to say no to single-use bags not just sometimes, but every time! We care about offering solutions to better your life and our world!


California CoastKeeper Alliance (CCKA) coordinates, supports and enhances the work of the local California Waterkeeper programs to provide a statewide voice for safeguarding California's waters, and its world-renowned coast and ocean, for the benefit of all Californians and for California's future.


The Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, and Education seeks to enlighten people, young and old, to the plight of the oceans, to change the way they think and act, and to encourage them to create positive and lasting change.

An incredible amount of oceanbound waste could be reduced if people were simply more aware of how their habits affect the world around them.

COARE seeks to raise public awareness of some very commonly overlooked sources of trash and wants to encourage people everywhere to examine their choices and make a conscious effort to make a positive and lasting change.


Kokua Hawaii Foundation supports environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawai'i. Our mission is to provide students with experiences that will enhance their appreciation for and understanding of their environment so they will be lifelong stewards of the earth.

Kokua Hawaii Foundation's Plastic Free Hawaii & Plastic Free Schools programs were launched to educate communities, schools, businesses, residents and visitors of Hawai'i about the environmental and health benefits of going plastic-free in order to minimize the consumption of plastics in our islands. Our goal is to minimize, and eventually eliminate, the use of single-use plastic such as plastic bags, food take-out containers (including styrofoam), plastic utensils, and bottled water.


Horny Toad Clothing tries each day to lighten its environmental footprint and support organizations that improve our world. We admire the good work Bag It is doing and proudly lends them our support.


Save Our Shores is a nonprofit marine conservation organization in Santa Cruz, California, whose mission is caring for the marine environment through ocean awareness, advocacy and citizen action. The Plastic Pollution Initiative at Save Our Shores keeps the staff and volunteers quite busy advocating for bans on single-use plastic bags and styrofoam take-out containers all around the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, as well as educating our youth and community members about the negative role plastic pollution plays in our marine environment.


The Center for Health, Environment & Justice (CHEJ) is a national organization that works to prevent harm from unnecessary toxic chemicals linked to cancer and other chronic diseases on the rise. CHEJ has also been at the forefront of the movement to get BPA out of baby bottles and canned food.


Blue Lotus provides practical and stylish solutions to help people reduce plastic bag waste. Blue Lotus makes 100% organic cotton, reusable produce and bulk food bags, in a variety of prints and sizes, with the intention of replacing disposable, single-use plastic bags everywhere!


Johnson Ohana Foundation The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation is a non-profit public charity founded in 2008 by musician Jack Johnson, and his wife Kim, to promote positive and lasting change within communities by supporting organizations that focus on environmental, art, and music education.
   
   
Facebook Twitter