• INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN AGAINST MICROPLASTIC INGREDIENTS IN COSMETICS - Supported by 98 NGOs from 41 countries and regions. Already 448 brands from 119 different manufacturers promised to remove plastic microbeads from their products.
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Do you want to put an end to the growing pollution of our seas and oceans with plastics? Then support the Plastic Soup Foundation! We fight the plastic soup at the source to prevent new plastic waste from reaching our waters in the future.

Your donation will help us continue the Beat the Microbead campaign and other projects with which we want to stop the influx of plastics in our waters. These are some of the projects that your donation will support:

  • Beat the Microbead : our worldwide campaign against plastics in cosmetics;
  • The Health Files : is plastic pollution making us ill?
  • Education : It is never too early to educate our children about the plastic soup;
  • Ocean Clean Wash : the project in which we are looking for solutions to prevent plastic fibers from clothing from polluting our environment.

Every donation is more than welcome! One time donations can be done beneath. If you would like to be a regular donor, please go to the donation page on our main website. If you would like to know more about the Plastic Soup Foundation and the other projects that we are working on, you can visit our website or contact us.

One-time donation

We appreciate it that you want to support us with a donation. With your help and the help of many others we are able to make a difference. You can transfer money via your own bank account to IBAN NL13TRIO0198047517 in the name of Plastic Soup Foundation quoting “donation” and potentially a small message. Fast transactions can be made if you choose to fill in the form below.

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