Theresa Zabell’s non-profit organization is the first to collaborate with the first online store with products inspired and committed to the sea.
Just the Sea, the first Spanish online store to offer products inspired and committed to the sea, has signed a collaboration agreement with the Ecomar Foundation. The store will donate one percent of all its sales to the nonprofit organization, which is chaired by Theresa Zabell, and is a pioneer in organizing coastal cleanups with children. In addition, Just the Sea and Ecomar are committed to collaborating in the dissemination of all types of joint or individual actions and projects whose objective is to care for the sea and its surroundings, mainly among the youngest.
Just the Sea is a project that has been launched to coincide with World Oceans Day and offers quality products that reduce pollution of the marine environment and are healthy for people. Ecomar was founded 20 years ago with the commitment of educating the youngest in the care of the seas, their flora and fauna and program, throughout the year, actions related to sport and care and respect for the planet, sponsors coastal cleanups, proposes a responsible diet and brings the youngest to the ecological values.
With the collaboration with the Ecomar Foundation, Just the Sea reaffirms its principles and the philosophy with which it was set up. Among its products are plastic-free food containers, men’s, women’s and children’s clothing inspired by seafaring, glasses made with recycled fishing nets developed by sailors from the Volvo Ocean Race, sea-centred magazines such as Elementum and Sirene – both distributed exclusively in Spain by Just de Sea -, soaps without parabens or detergents or alcohol and exclusive collars with figures of marine animals.