Newport Beach Chapter

Sponsored Beach Cleanup

Newport Beach

About Cleanups

Surfrider Foundation’s Chapter network conducts 1000 public beach cleanups annually throughout the West, East, Gulf, Hawaiian, Great Lakes, and Puerto Rican coasts.  Cleanups are conducted by volunteers who weigh, catalog, and recycle the appropriate materials collected. Surfrider volunteers collect and remove 100,000 pounds of trash and recycled materials annually.
The Newport Beach Chapter invites your company to join the effort to keep our coastlines clean by sponsoring a public or private beach cleanup. Our orientation includes an introduction to Surfrider Foundation, the importance of coastal preservation efforts, and simple measures we can all take to protect our ocean, waves, and beaches.

Why Sponsor a Cleanup

  • Help protect our coastlines, waves and beaches
  • Help promote a healthy lifestyle for employees
  • Establish company as a good corporate citizen
  • Encourage employees to be engaged in their community
  • Strengthen employee team building and morale
  • Encourage brand loyalty by being affiliated with Surfrider Foundation

What We Provide

  • Event Permit & Insurance
  • Orientation
  • Surfrider Tent & Tables
  • Reusable Trash Bags, Gloves & Trash Grabbers
  • Data Cards
  • Sunscreen/Hand Sanitizer
  • Water Jug upon request (BYO reusable bottle)
  • Promotion on social media platforms – working with your company’s marketing department, you can co-brand graphics to promote your cleanup, and we will share on the Newport Beach chapter’s social media pages.

Pizza Press public sponsored cleanup, 2019

Sponsorship Levels

  • $1,250 – up to 30 people
  • $1,500 – up to 50 people
  • $2,000 – up to 80 people 
  • $2,500 – up to 120 people 

Mazda Team at the Huntington Beach side of Santa Ana river Jetty, 2015

Formula Folios cleans up Prospect PCH, 2019


  • Surfrider branded organic cotton shirts – $20/person; requires 4-6 weeks lead time
  • Blog entry highlighting your team’s effort on the Surfrider Newport Beach website – $500 (subject to approval dependent on company’s environmental record)
Ready to sponsor a public or private Surfrider beach cleanup?
Please email John Wadsworth at