The Bamboo Brush Society has teamed up with the Surfrider Foundation Europe, a non-profit environmental organisation dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our oceans and beaches. The Bamboo Brush Society and Surfrider are joining forces to work together to protect clean water, healthy beaches and defend the coastlines for current and future generations.
Roger Nefkens founder of The Bamboo Brush Society: “We’re proud to join forces with Surfrider Foundation, as surfers ourselves we love to spend as much time in the oceans and are very happy to team up with one of the greatest partners that helps to protect it. We are stoked that every purchase made with The Bamboo Brush Society gives back to Surfrider Foundation and helps support their mission. It’s an amazing collaboration together with our partnership with 1% for the Planet.”
Surfrider Foundation Europe is a not-for-profit environmental organisation which “aims at defending, saving, promoting and managing in a sustainable manner the ocean, the coastline, waves and the people who enjoy them”. Throughout its existence, it has acquired strong environment skills and developed real expertise in environmental education. Having now gained recognition at the European and international level, Surfrider has also become a key player in influential European networks on such matters.
"We’re excited about this partnership with The Bamboo Brush Society that will support our work to keep our coasts clean and accessible,” said Xavier Giamporcaro, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Surfrider Foundation Europe. The Bamboo Brush Society is committed to the protection of our coasts by creating plastic alternative products like bamboo toothbrushes and every purchase directly supports Surfrider’s mission.”
Surfrider's mission is to protect the oceans, seas, coastline and people who have enjoyed it for over 25 years. Surfrider is one of the only NGOs that is dedicated to specific ocean issues and coastal development around three major themes: water quality and user health, aquatic waste and climate change.