Local San Clemente Company Sonance Donates $5,000 to local chapter of Surfrider Foundation for World Water Day

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Surfrider will use funds to protect beaches and wildlife


San Clemente, California Mar 23, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Sonance Foundation, a non-profit organization that focuses on local education, the environment and helping people in need, donated $5,000 to the South Orange County Chapter of Surfrider Foundation in recognition of World Water Day. World Water Day is an annual observance that highlights that celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water.

"Partnering with Surfrider through volunteer efforts and financial giving has become an important part of the Sonance Foundation," said Scott Struthers, Co-Founder of Sonance. "Protecting the environment is one of the three pillars of our Foundation and partnering with Surfrider has enabled us to protect San Clemente's beaches."

Surfrider will use the funds to further its mission of reducing the impact of plastics in marine environments, protecting our oceans from the challenges threatening the vitality of the ecosystem, improving fair beach access, preserving the coast and protecting the health and sustainability of our waters.

"We are so grateful for Sonance Foundation's continued partnership with us," said Denise Erkeneff, Chapter Coordinator of South Orange County Surfrider Foundation. "Their continued support to and through our programs will enable us to do great things."

The Surfrider Foundation and its South Orange County Chapter is a 501(C)3 environmental organization dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves, beaches, for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education. The South Orange County Chapter focuses on advocacy for clean water, beach access, coastal sea level rise planning and climate change effects on our coasts, and reduction of single use plastics thru campaigns, legislative advocacy and programs. 

"We are proud to support Surfrider in this way, and look forward to our next beach clean-up with them," said Ari Supran, CEO of Sonance and President of Sonance Foundation. "Their organization is showing the world what it looks like to be a champion of the environment. 

To volunteer or make a donation to Surfrider Foundation, go here

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About Sonance Foundation

At Sonance, we spend the better part of every day striving to create the best possible products and relationships. But we want to do even more. The greater area of San Clemente, CA is our home. Not just for work, but for our lives and families. Through volunteer work and philanthropy, this foundation will focus on education, the protection of our beautiful beaches and the ocean, and on helping people in need throughout our community. To learn more about Sonance Foundation, go here

 

About Sonance

Sonance was founded in 1983 by Scott Struthers and Geoff Spencer, who introduced the world's first in-wall loudspeaker. This achievement led to many more "firsts" and proud heritage of innovation. It also inspired a philosophy that continues to drive the company's brands today: that technology can and should blend in with the architecture and great design. 

 

Today, Sonance includes the IPORT and James Loudspeaker brands which also follow the Sonance philosophy, unlocking an even greater range of solutions, each meticulously designed to disappear. It is through this consistent promise that Sonance has cultivated long-standing, authentic partnerships with leading architects, interior design professionals, custom installers, design-conscious consumers and end-users, from their home base in San Clemente, California and throughout the world.

 

About Surfrider Foundation

The Surfrider Foundation and its South Orange County Chapter is a 501 (c) (3) environmental organization dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves and beaches, for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education.  With over 80 US-based chapters and 60 high school and college youth-program chapters, the South Orange County Chapter is one of the largest in the chapter network.  The SOC Chapter focuses on advocacy for clean water, beach access, coastal sea level rise planning and climate change effects on our coasts, and reduction of single use plastics thru campaigns, legislative advocacy and programs.  One of those programs is Surfrider's trademarked and widely successful Ocean Friendly Restaurants program which highlights and recognizes restaurants, hotels and food service providers for eliminating single use plastics and water and efficiency measures at their business.

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