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We need your help to solve this problem. ​Want to start your own cleanup. Get started here.
Sustainable Torism
Recruit friends and family to join you in a larger cleanup. Explain to them that no matter where you live—whether on the coast or hundreds of miles inland—all waterways lead to the ocean.

Ocean trash is a serious pollution problem that affects the health of people, wildlife, and local economies. The trash in the water and on the shore can kill marine animals, injure swimmers and beachgoers, and ensnare boat propellers. 

Every year during Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup, hundreds of thousands of volunteers comb lakes, rivers, and beaches around the world for trash. For over three decades, more than 12 million volunteers have collected over 220 million pounds of trash.
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Please fill out the form below and join us in our fight for trash free seas!

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Why does a healthy ocean matter to your COMPANY?

The ocean covers 70%  of Earth's surface and contains 97% of the planet’s water.


The ocean produces half of the world’s oxygen That means half of every breath you take comes  from the ocean.

More than 1 billion people depend on fish from the ocean as their primary source of protein.

A healthy ocean fuels sustainable businesses and a strong economy.



As long as there are people
willing to make a CHANGE,
there will always
be a chance
for a better tomorrow.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
– Margaret Mead 
The Lighthouse Marina Resort in Subic Bay

Our Story

The foundation was built out of the passion to help the people around us and be a movement for change for a great future. 

Ecotours in Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Sustainable Tourism

To develop an environmentally and socially responsible ecotourism program that safeguards the integrity and diversity of its natural resources, provides education and enjoyment to visitors as well as employment opportunities to the local communities.

Volunteers from the Lighthouse Legacy Foundation

Movement for Change

Tourism without environmental preservation and protection is not sustainable.

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