One Ocean Picnic
Delivered At Home
Our One Ocean events are held every year to support the Surfrider Foundation in protecting the world’s ocean, waves and beaches. This year we are bringing the event, and our mission, to your front door on Saturday, October 17th in Los Angeles and on Saturday, October 24th in Orange County.
We invite you to celebrate clean water and healthy beaches with a delicious meal and meaningful reminders of the work Surfrider provides to protect your beach.
We have partnered with Gjusta in LA and Nirvana Grill in Orange County to curate an amazing picnic basket experience delivered to your doorstep. Registration includes meals for two or up to six people, sustainable goods from our brand partners, and the opportunity to support an amazing cause surrounded by loved ones!
Picnic Basket FOR TWO
Includes a family-style meal for two with a basket of sustainable goods from our sponsors including Igloo Coolers, Meli Wraps, REN Clean Skincare, LaCroix, Stasher, Salt Verk, Love Beauty and Planet, Halo Dish Covers, Blueland, custom Surfrider bandanas, and more to create the perfect picnic experience.
Picnic Basket FOR SIX
Includes a family-style meal for up to six with a basket of premium sustainable goods from our sponsors including Igloo Coolers, Meli Wraps, REN Clean Skincare, LaCroix, Stasher, omNom Chocolate, Salt Verk, Love Beauty and Planet, Lakrids by Bulow, Halo Dish Covers, Blueland, custom Surfrider bandanas, and more to create the perfect picnic experience.
HOW YOUR PURCHASE MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Celebrate these victories and help give us the strength to win in the future
US Supreme Court Clean
Surfrider won a ruling to stop the injection of waste water into wells that flow into the ocean.
The Break Free From Plastic Pollution Bill is the first comprehensive Federal Bill that would significantly reduce plastic pollution.
Historic settlement culminated a decade of hard work to save San Onofre and brought an end to one of the most hard fought, long-lasting environmental battles in California history.
Hawaii Reef Friendly
First statewide ban on sunscreen that harms coral reefs.