Penguin Necklace

$49.99
Recovers 2.2 lb of ocean-bound plastic Plastic is cleaned from rivers and shorelines, providing income to local waste pickers. You can track your impact after purchase.

Penguins are disappearing at an alarming rate and they need our help.

Plastic has been found in over 99% of penguins causing thousands of them to suffer and die. When penguins swallow enough plastic, the indigestible scraps build up in its stomach and prevent it from digesting real food. 

Help Save and Support Penguins by wearing our beautifully crafted Save a Penguin Necklace. Each necklace purchased funds the removal of 2.2 pounds of plastic from the ocean preventing more penguins from dying.  

  • Track the Removal of Plastic - After your purchase you get an email with a link to track the removal of your plastic to see how you are making a difference.
  • Save Penguins - The Save a Penguin Necklace was created to raise awareness and provide protection for penguins all around the world. 
  • Premium Quality - Our handmade necklaces are crafted with 925 Sterling Silver and natural gemstones to make this necklace a beautiful everyday piece that starts meaningful conversations. 

Order your Save a Penguin Necklace and represent your commitment to the clean ocean project and penguin conservation.

**Please note that the Penguin Necklace does NOT track a Penguin**

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How Your Purchase Makes a Difference

Every purchase helps the fight against plastic pollution, fin trade, and so much more 

Spread awareness and express your support of saving our Oceans by wearing each piece. 

Over 50,000 LBs of plastic removed from our oceans and counting

Plastic Removal

We've team up with Verdn to directly remove Plastic from our Oceans. If you want to be a part of our Plastic Removal Project, please learn more here

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Track an Animal With Every Purchase

Receive an exclusive QR code with your purchase to get access to your animal's tracking.

Now more than EVER, the Ocean Needs YOUR Help

We are seeing a consistent increase in pollution and fin trade all over the world left behind by commercial fishing and so much more. If we do not act now, it might not be much longer until all sea life is dead.