Mike’s raises more than £10k

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Mike's raises more than £10k

Mike's Dive Store in London has been raising money for UK marine-conservation activities through fund-raising charity Sea-Changers since 2015 – and its contributions have just passed the £10,000 mark.

The long-established diving retailer donates 1% of all its online sales to Sea-Changers, and invites customers to make their own donations too.

Sea-Changers distributes the funds raised to a range of projects covering marine clean-ups, conservation education and awareness-raising, species and habitat protection and research, often at grassroots community level.

“We're delighted to play our part in making sure there are healthy oceans and coastlines for future generations of divers to enjoy and learn from,” said Mike’s Managing Director Steve Brown. “We’re proud to have reached this fund-raising milestone.”

“It’s great working with Mike’s Dive Store and to receive their fantastic support,” said Rachel Lopata, co-founder of Sea-Changers.

“We hope that divers and their families will choose to do their Christmas shopping at Mike’s Dive Store and raise money for more projects at the same time.”

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