Rescue Vaquitas and Sea Lions

Help Save Vaquitas and Sea Lions Caught in Nets and Trash


Help sea lions endangered by entanglement in fishing nets

Not only are sea lions swallowing plastic in the ocean, but they’re also being trapped in abandoned fishing nets. The netting cuts the flesh around their neck and flippers and can eventually lead to their death.

Rescuing and protecting the last vaquitas

With less than 30 left in the world, vaquitas are on the verge of extinction. Too small to fight their way free from netting, they can remain entangled and die from starvation.


With your help, we can rescue and protect sea lions and vaquitas endangered by fishing nets abandoned in our oceans.

Help us clean our oceans

Answer the Daily Trivia Question

& help fund the removal of plastic

Purchase Plastic-Free Products

each product purchased funds the removal of 10-20 pieces of plastic

Share FTO with Your Community

Help us remove more plastic!

Share on FBShare