Current funding from the People’s Postcode Lottery is helping SAS to operate more sustainably and increase the scale and impact of our work to protect and restore the ocean for the future.
Support from the players of People’s Postcode Lottery is boosting Surfers Against Sewage’s award-winning ocean conservation campaigns. This is helping mobilise Ocean Activists, from the high-tide line to the high-street, to tackle our four campaign priorities of the ocean and climate emergency, plastic pollution, ocean recovery and water quality.
We are incredibly grateful to players of People’s Postcode Lottery for their continued support for our charity that will enable the scaling up and increased impact of our work to help protect and restore the ocean for the future, for all. The support will drive record numbers of citizen scientists and Ocean Activists through our programmes, support the innovation and expansion of our campaigns and, perhaps most importantly, help us deliver on our net-zero goals, through the installation of solar PV at Surfers Against Sewage HQ. Thank you for the ongoing support for our work – we are beyond thrilled!Pete Lewis, Director of Fundraising, Surfers Against Sewage
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have been supporting Surfers Against Sewage since 2018 to help fund vital initiatives. Our players can be proud their support is ensuring hard-working volunteers tackle beach pollution, supporting SAS’s continued campaigns for improved water quality, ocean protection, climate action, ocean restoration and supporting children to deliver change in their schools by encouraging them to eliminate single-use plastics. Climate action, biodiversity protection and community are at the heart of our values at People’s Postcode Lottery and we passionately believe in supporting organisations’ development. I’m delighted funding raised by players is helping this pioneering organisation become more robust and resilient, putting SAS in a position to lead the way in delivering a cleaner coastal environment that everyone can enjoy.Laura Chow, Head of Charities at People’s Postcode Lottery