Purely Grateful

We are so grateful for the amazing volunteers, and anonymous donors, and supportive community members. Coastal Angels grows at every single event! Southern California, we want you to know that MANY people, near and far, care about our coastline and the protection of marine life. We hope that by increasing our volunteer force, everyone can feel the impact from strength in numbers. We hope that everyone sees the value in a selfless act like volunteering at cleanup events.

We want to take a minute to acknowledge some of our major accomplishments:

We added kayak cleanups.
We had our first intern.
We completed a three month case study on the most commonly found items at our beach cleanups (bottle caps, straws, and Styrofoam) 
We were featured in a KBS Korean Documentary called, "Plastic Earth."
We hosted our first Music Fundraiser called, "Sound Out Against Pollution (SOAP)."
We took a road trip to support the Kern River Conservancy on Coastal Cleanup Day.

All of these moments add to our movement and cause, which is, voluntarily protecting marine life and beaches from plastics and other pollutants. It is an absolute honor to generate large scale events throughout the years and to continue educating ourselves as well as the community about the trash that is plaguing our coastline.

So, thank you again to everyone who supports Coastal Angels, because without you, we wouldn't be able to reach so many people around the world, done all the beach cleanups (over 38 beach cleanups), and made Coastal Angels a go-to-non-profit for community service hours for schools and universities.

Wishing you all a beautiful 2019.

All my best,

Jacque Winberg
Founder and President

First Anniversary and 10th Cleanup

What an incredible journey a year of hosting beach cleanups has been. March 26th marks our first anniversary and 10th beach cleanup. We started the day off with a goal of collecting 105 lbs of trash. Groups that attended were CSUF Student Veteran Association (SVA), CSUF Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG), GWC Sigma Pi Chapter, and individuals that span from Victorville, Los Angeles, and San Diego. 

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General Update March 2016

By Jacque Winberg

Coastal Angel's mission is to protect CA's beaches and marine life, voluntarily, from plastics and other pollutants. We are a growing network of people who simply care about our planet and want to help educate the public about plastic pollution and the damage it causes to you and marine life such as dolphins, sealions, sharks, turtles, seagulls, and more. 

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Beach Cleanup #9

By Jacqueline Winberg

On Saturday, February 27, 2016 Coastal Angels hosted their 9th Beach Cleanup at Bolsa Chica State Beach. California State University, Fullerton Softball Club, Garden Grove High School Environmental Club, and our family from Victorville all helped collect more than 103 lbs of trash!

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Beach Cleanup #7

By Jacqueline Winberg

We received an incredible amount of support from California State University, Fullerton students on October 24, 2015 for Coastal Angels Beach Clean-Up #7. The men's baseball, rugby, frisbee, cycle teams all made it out as well as women's softball.

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