Project Sponsors & Charity Partners

Coralive.org is grateful to work within an outstanding network of environmentalists, NGOs and businesses from all around the world that share the same values and ethics. It’s not “business as usual” where profits and costs are at the center of attention, it’s a new era of giving back revenue in order the make the ocean a better place again.

If you have a minute, please visit our partners’ webpages and feel free to engange. Thank you very much.

Ark2030 is on a mission to restore the 500 million hectares of ecosystems destroyed by mankind since the beginning of the industrial revolution. Working with specialist partners around the world, Ark2030 brings blended funding models to develop and scale up the most exciting ecosystem restoration programmes.

From the birth of our legendary Fifty Fathoms which made its mark as the world’s first modern diving watch, defining the genre ever since, we have established intimate connections with the world’s oceans and the communities dedicated to their preservation. Working closely with passionate divers, leading scientists, underwater explorers, environmentalists, and photographers, our mission has grown far beyond the creation of the world’s finest diving timepieces. We have come to understand and support vital initiatives aimed at ocean preservation and the building of public understanding of the cause. Our ocean preservation efforts are summarized with what we term the Blancpain Ocean Commitment to which we have devoted substantial resources. We hope as you discover the many initiatives we have undertaken, you too will be inspired to lend your voice in support.

Océan Bohème is designed for adventurous women who have a passion for the ocean, the environment and and a love for unique boho jewels.

Each and every design is unique.

The jewellery is made from recycled silver, upcycled shells, seaglass found on beaches and hand picked gemstones. The packaging is also 100% plastic free.

NAECO creates thoughtfully-designed sustainable products for “one-time, sometimes and all-the-time” use. From stainless steel insulated bottles to customizable steel straws and biodegradable coffee lids, NAECO provides options for responsible consumption at both the individual and industry scale. And with a mission to help reverse damage to our ocean, NAECO is the word OCEAN reversed.

Agua NEA provides a sustainable alternative to the million plastic bottles opened every minute worldwide.
Even though the solution is to consume water from inexhaustible resources, sometimes we are in the need to use an “on the go” container.
Agua NEA is BPA free and is made of #infinitelyrecyclable aluminum, the most recyclable and recycled material in the world.

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Dorsal Bracelets creates high-end bracelets and apparel to contribute to causes that help the ocean become a healthy place again.

From our oceans and landmasses to all things inhabiting, it is their mission to remain connected. To forever chase a better understanding of the unknown. To preserve and protect the sustainability of all things, and to do our part in Respecting The Way.

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ESOOKO is an online fashion marketplace, which uses fashion to defend the planet. On ESOOKO, people buy and sell clothes, whilst funding environmental initiatives.

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V.SUN is a coral-friendly premium sunscreen brand (100% Made in Germany), which protects your skin from the sun while being eco-friendly to coral reefs.

V.SUN combines reliable sun protection and perfectly coordinated skin care with eco-friendly ingredients. We eliminated “reef toxic” components such as microplastics, nanoparticles, octocrylene and other ingredients that are criticized for being harmful to marine life.

Protect, Care & Enjoy.

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Marumi is a grass root startup from the same hometown as Coralive. Looking to do their share to help the ocean become a healthier place again, they sell sustainable, fair trade, environmental friendly products and share 10% of their revenue for ocean restoration projects.