Introducing The Non-Profit

Clear Blue Oceans Foundation

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The Clear Blue Oceans Foundation Inc. (CBO Foundation) is a  private Hawaiian non-profit organization, founded by The Shark and his AngelPreneur Venture Group (APVG). Although the CBO Foundation’s mission is rooted in environmental issues, it is not, nor does it claim to be an environmental organization. The Shark views us as a Hybrid that merges its initiatives and programs with CBO Worldwide, a for-profit business that operates them to accomplish a common social objective and defined outcomes. 

The CBO Foundation is NOT yet a 501 c(3) tax-exempt organization, however it plans to become one by the end of 2021 allowing for tax deductions. A lot has changed since the CoVid-19 pandemic began, causing a restructuring of its primary goals and objectives. Today, they will operate as a funding Trust that will provide grants to outside ocean-focused groups and organizations for their own projects.

 

The CBO Foundation will receive funding from private and corporate donors, from initial contributions obtained through its FundRazr crowdfunding campaign and from an ongoing revenue sharing agreement with CBO Worldwide. 

 

some projects and programs to be cancelled.

They will seek to establish offices within California and Hawaii in 2021 to continue building on its efforts to address the growing single-use plastic packaging waste crisis, increasing awareness of ocean plastic waste and marine debris, reducing overfishing and eliminating shark fining practices.  

 

The CBO Foundation through our podcast series will showcase the impacts plastic waste has on our coastlines, tropical islands and reefs. They will seek to assist in marine life conservation and beach clean-up efforts efforts, and help fund outside ocean groups.  We accept the cryptocurrencies of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash from international contributors who wish to help us address these ocean issues. 

 

The CBO Foundation is not anti-plastic, but it will promote and seek to educate the public on ways to help reduce the daily use of plastic packaged items. To help shift the mindset of consumers and retailers at the source, the local level, through an aggressive platform designed to shift plastic packaging patterns within retail stores, restaurants and with product manufacturers, while promoting a better waste strategy.

 

The CBO Foundation, together with Integrated Ventures will offer solutions based on realistic expectations and address the negative waste patterns in light of the CoVid-19 increased use of plastic based items and face masks. Their goal is to reverse the damaging waste trends of plastic packaging, Covid face masks and and rubber gloves from reaching our seas. Ocean plastic waste and debris already kills millions of seabirds, 

fish and marine life each year needlessly.

APVG is developing the Clear Blue Oceans Estate Vineyards (CBO Vineyards)

project as a unique long-term funding strategy. Although several years from

becoming operational, the proposed  "We're Healing Our Oceans - One Glass 

of Wine At A Time" strategy is designed to increase awareness of the many

ocean issues and reduce plastic waste, overfishing, shark-finning and more

recently the 1.5 Billion face masks now floating in pour seas.  Our Founders Club

members will help us get this vineyard started and become our initial CBO Wine

Club members as well. Our Building The Dream podcast series will share the

development process in full detail and living color. Join the Club!

 

Together we can effect a meaningful change in consumption and waste plastic management habits. The collective goal of our Founders Club members is to engage everyone directly regarding the ocean and plastic waste issues, offer solutions and reusable products. To promote sustainable seafood and waste practices in food and beverage operations, while showcasing the beauty and importance of our oceans and tropical reefs. Join us in these efforts if you can.

 Visit the CBOFoundation.org website for more details 

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