fundraiser

Aug. 27/13

Thank you Exmouth and Coral Bay, Western Australia for hosting the first Manta Ray Black Tie Ball in support of Project AWARE. Congratulations and countless thanks to Diana Belton and Alice Martino for organising this amazing event.  This incredible duo went above and beyond to create a truly memorable evening for everyone to enjoy. It’s the magic of swimming with manta rays that inspired Diana and Alice to organise the event which raised an amazing AUD $16,000.

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Date: 
Nov. 11/12
Location: 
Pula Payar
Langkawi
Langkawi
Malaysia
6° 18' 42.3504" N, 99° 51' 11.1816" E

 

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Date: 
Dec. 16/12
Location: 
Brighton Marina
United Kingdom
50° 48' 47.3868" N, 0° 6' 8.316" W

The Brighton Dive Centre are organising a charity Christmas dive to raise money for the Project Aware foundation. Our divers are going against the conventional route of dressing as Santa's and instead we are having a Mother Nature theme. Come along and join in the fun if you're nearby! Hope to see you there! 

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Date: 
Nov. 03/12
Location: 
Gaya Island
Gaya Island Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, 88100 Kota Kinabalu,
SB 88100
Malaysia
6° 1' 23.3832" N, 116° 1' 38.766" E

Dive DownBelow, Sabah, Malaysia is FINatical about sharks and swimming to end finning this November.

On Sunday, 4 November 2012, Downbelow is hosting a Finathon – a 1km ‘fun swim’ – at our PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre in order to raise awareness of the plight of sharks and funds for Project AWARE who is fighting for legislation to give sharks a fighting chance.

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Date: 
Dec. 15/12
Location: 
PADI Pool Area
30151 Tomas
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
United States
33° 38' 20.364" N, 117° 36' 10.566" W

Are you and your friends FINatical about Sharks?  Project AWARE & PADI Staff are swimming 25 kilometers to end shark finning for Project AWARE’s first Finathon™!  The clock’s ticking for vanishing shark species. You can join the race to protect them.  Join our Finathon™ team, seek sponsorship and let the global race to end shark finning begin.

Thanks to your support Project AWARE will:

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Date: 
Jun. 07/12
Location: 
Crystal Diver, Bali
Jl. Tamblingan no. 168.
Sanur, BA
Indonesia
8° 41' 41.9424" S, 115° 15' 49.0284" E

Teaming up for our Ocean Planet

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Date: 
Apr. 22/12
Location: 
Blue Season Bali
Jalan Danau Tamblingan 59x
Sanur, BA
Indonesia
8° 42' 23.2452" S, 115° 15' 2.0232" E

 

EARTH DAY BARBECUE AND PROJECT AWARE BIG SHARK SHOUT OUT.

Blue Season Bali is hosting our Annual Earth Day Barbecue and Project AWARE fundraiser. This year we wanted to do something special! 

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Mar. 27/12

A local fundraiser's focus was to help put a stop to the cruel practice of "finning," which is depleting the world's shark population.

Some larger species of sharks have rows upon rows of razor sharp teeth designed for ripping and tearing flesh, can smell one drop of blood in a million drops of water, and can dislocate and protrude its upper jaw to help it grab and hang onto prey.

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Date: 
Nov. 06/11
Location: 
Blue Season Bali
Jalan Danau Tamblingan 69x
Sanur
Indonesia
8° 42' 9.126" S, 115° 15' 34.6608" E

We are having a fundraiser in association with our monthly IE party to support Project AWARE this Sunday afternoon.

The highlight of the day's activities will be the auctioning off of waxing strips to depilate our good friend Thomas McKenzie.

All are welcome to come join in the bidding process.

Save a shark, Save the oceans, wax a Scot!

 

Beer and BBQ starts at 6pm.  (RSVP via facebook https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=275037665872101&ref=ts)

 

Team Blue Season Bali

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Date: 
Sep. 17/11
Location: 
Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour
Mews Road located between Cicerello's & Joe's Fish Shack
Fremantle, WA 6160
Australia
32° 3' 31.6476" S, 115° 44' 36.2112" E

Divers motorbike around Australia for a good cause!

TWO DIVE PROFESSIONALS TO MOTORBIKE AROUND AUSTRALIA FOR A GOOD CAUSE & PERTH SCUBA IS PROUD TO BE HELPING THEM!!! 

The 50+-day journey will connect Allan Nash and Tommy Soderstrom with dive industry and divers around Australia in support of street children and marine conservation.

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