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All Good Becomes the Official Sunscreen Partner of Surfrider Foundation’s Five Hawai’i Chapters

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All Good—makers of organic skincare and reef friendly sunscreens—is excited to announce their official sunscreen partnership with all five of the Surfrider Foundation’s Hawai’i Chapters. They will launch the partnership on International Surfing Day, Saturday, June 17, at the Oahu Chapter’s annual Beach Cleanup at Diamondhead Lookout in Honolulu. In addition to sponsorship, each chapter— Surfrider Kauai, Surfrider O’ahu, Surfrider Maui, Surfrider Kona Kai Ea and Surfrider Hilo—will receive a yearly supply of reef friendly All Good sunscreens for volunteers who help with cleanup efforts.        

“We are excited to work with All Good, a company dedicated to raising awareness and increasing support for the protection and restoration of fragile reef ecosystems,” said Stuart Coleman, Hawai’i Regional Manager of the Surfrider Foundation. “All Good’s company integrity aligns with Surfrider’s commitment to preserve the natural diversity and ecological integrity of the coastal environment.”    

“Every year thousands of tons of chemical sunscreens contribute to the death of coal reefs and threaten sea life,” said All Good’s VP of Sales & Marketing Ryan Rich. “All Good’s partnership with Surfrider Hawai’i reinforces our commitment to serve the people and coral reef populations in Hawai’i. We are stoked to work with these five Surfrider Chapters to educate consumers about reef friendly sunscreens and why they should avoid toxic chemicals found in personal care products.”   

Join All Good and Surfrider’s Oahu Chapter at the 13th annual International Surfing Day Beach Cleanup:

When: Saturday, June 17 / 9:30am – 12:00 pm

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Where: Diamondhead Lookout, Honolulu, Hawai’i 

What: Beach cleanup and lunch

Website: https://oahu.surfrider.org/events/international-surfing-day-beach-cleanup/

In addition, each Surfrider Hawai’i Chapter has committed to taking All Good’s #ReefFriendly Sunscreen Pledge, vowing to protect coral reef ecosystems by using only natural, reef-friendly sun protection formulas. 

To learn more about All Good and their products, visit AllGoodProducts.com. To learn more about Surfrider Foundation, visit surfrider.org.   

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About All Good  

Founded in 2006, All Good offers a collection of all-natural skincare products made from simple plant-based ingredients. From chemical-free zinc sunscreens and sore muscle recovery spray to silky smooth lip balms, lotions and coconut oils, All Good supports an active, healthy lifestyle with their organically grown formulas. Located in Morro Bay, CA, All Good is a B Corporation and member of 1% for the Planet. Dedicated to social and environmental responsibility, All Good endorses the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics by testing its products on humans rather than animals. Available online and in 3,000+ retailers in the U.S. and Canada including health food stores, outdoor sports shops and high-end gift shops. Learn more about All Good at AllGoodProducts.com and follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram

About Surfrider

Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit, environmental organization dedicated to protecting our ocean, waves, and beaches through Conservation, Activism, Research and Education (CARE). Headquartered in San Clemente, California, Surfrider has 80 chapters and 65 youth clubs across the country, focusing on issues of water quality, beach access, marine plastic pollution and coastal preservation. In Hawai’i, Surfrider’s Chapters are located on the islands of O’ahu, Kaua’i, Maui, and Hawai’i, and their supporters helped pass the nation’s first bans on plastic bags and smoking on beaches and state parks.  

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