Huge thanks to these friends of the Azulita Project
Humanitarian Wave is a nonprofit devoted to alleviating poverty with lasting improvements to quality of life for children and adults. They focus on developing programs that contribute to economic self-reliance, education, and health while cultivating environmentally sustainable practices.
Ola Humanitaria is the sister charity of Humanitarian Wave and is based out of Troncones, Mexico. The organization is dedicated to improving economic opportunity, quality of life, cultural heritage, and health in local communities.
Keen Footwear is a company dedicated to innovative products that reduce impact to the places their shoes travel. Keen donated new boots to all Azulita Project workers so that they may comfortably and safely continue their plastic recycling operations.
Klean Kanteen makes durable stainless steel water bottles designed for long-term reuse, which lessens consumption of plastics. The company has supported Azulita Project by donating products and sales to the cause.
The GeoFamily Foundaton supports education, environmental, and social justice solutions. They invest in efforts and people that create positive community impact and change.
James Q Martin is a photographer and filmmaker whose productions showcase conservation and humanitarian issues, as well as outdoor recreation. Q Media created the film 'Plastico' and is helping to promote the Azulita Project through modern multimedia.
Flagstaff Mountain Film regularly showcases conservation and environmental films at their annual film festival in Flagstaff, Arizona. Using money raised from these screenings and from donations, this organization has sponsored the making of the 'Plastico' film.
Mountain Sports has supported the project at their Flagstaff, Arizona store by selling products that raise money and awareness plastic recycling. They are a company that strives for stewardship of the outdoors we enjoy.
And special thanks to the communities of Playa Saladita and Los Llanos for embracing the responsibilities of recycling and environmental stewardship