My Blue Heart Projects

My Blue Heart have six projects, which are as follows:

Project Litter, Project Recycle, Project Seabed, Project Toxic, Project Tanks and Project Ocean.

Project Litter

Cleaning Up The Beaches and Rivers

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Project Recycle
Cleaning up beaches and rivers, recycling the litter found. Educating the public about the importance of recycling.

Education

  • Posting regularly on social media platforms. Posting videos of the My Blue Heart ‘Project Recycle’ in action. Showing the litter found on beach cleans and rivers, dividing up the litter and actioning them into recycling bins.
  • Regularly uploading posters to social media discussing the importance of recycling. Posting on Facebook, Instagram and the website.
  • Educating the public using art-based images. Posts about recycling logos, how to recycle, what to recycle, becoming plastic free, the alternatives, the impact of plastic pollution and littering. 
  • Accessing education and public schools to discuss current issues using art based images. Aiming at teaching children ranging between 4-16 yrs. 
  • Creating short videos education the children of today with the same art-based images. Focussing on short impact education. 

Action

  • Beach & river cleans – Performing regular beach and river cleans, gathering the litter found and recycling it.
  • Visiting  schools discussing the importance of recycling and the impact plastic has on the environment. Using art-based education teaching the younger generation. 
  • Individual surveys to be carried out per litter pick, along with video footage to pick up any problematic areas. Surveys will be actioned, notifying officials if needed. Repeated cleans to the same area if necessary.
  • All litter found will be correctly recycled and disposed of.
  • Visiting recycle centres to understand all procedures taken once we have actively recycled. Problems we do not identify that recycle centres struggle with through our lack of knowledge. Educating with findings.
  • Widely pushing posters about the environmental damage disposable masks are making. Approaching businesses using disposable masks and encouraging for them to use re-uasable.
  • Producing our very own My Blue Heart handmade masks and selling on My Green Heart. Actioning 'One Less Mask', 'If You Must Mask Make It Re-usable' and 'Choose Two Re-use'. 
  • Sourcing clothing garments or crafts that use recycled litter like plastic. Obtaining and selling in My Green Heart shop as My Blue Heart merchandise. 
  • Supporting other charities and non-profit organisations with similar values. Helping each other and getting involved making a difference together.                                                                                                                                                                           Campaigns
  • Bee Plastic Free poster.
  • If You Must Mask Make It Re-usable - tackling disposable masks.
  • Choose Two Re-use.
  • One Less Mask - Keep track of masks sold and publish the 'One Less' program to announce our progress.
  • 60p For The Sick Sea - Posters and Donorbox donations.
  • Pound For The Proper Plastic Problem - Posters and Donorbox donations
  • Proper Plastic Problem - Sharing all plastic items found on social medias to educate the public. 
Project Seabed

Cleaning Up The Seabed and Riverbed

Education

  • Posting regularly on social media platforms. Posting videos of the My Blue Heart ‘Project Seabed’ scuba diving experiences. Showing the litter found on the seabed or the metal detecting treasures found by the ‘Blue Heart Treasure Hunter’.
  • Regularly uploading posters to social media using litter found on the seabed to make an art-based impact image. Posting on Facebook, Instagram and the website.
  • Educating the public via art-based images about global warming, coral bleaching, bycatching and littering.

Action

  • Seabed Cleans – Performing and recording regular scuba dives, litter picking the seabed as a closed event.
  • ‘Blue Heart Treasure Hunter’ - Performing and recording scuba dives, metal detecting on the seabed or beach as a closed event.
  • Individual surveys to be carried out per dive, along with video footage to pick up any problematic areas. Surveys will be actioned, notifying officials if needed. Repeat dives to the same area if necessary.
  • All litter found will be correctly recycled and disposed of.
  • All items found on treasure hunts will be returned to original owners, recycled or sold - money received will be donated to My Blue Heart.
  • During the scuba dives, to record any evidence of animal cruelty or habitat destruction to share with the public, use to educate or keep as evidence.

Campaigns

  • 60p For The Sick Sea - Posters and Donorbox donations.
  • Pound For The Proper Plastic Problem - Posters and Donorbox donations.
  • Blue Heart Treasure Hunter - Uploading on YouTube channel
  • Proper Plastic Problem - Sharing all plastic items found on social medias to educate the public. 
Project Toxic

Cleaning Up The Seabed or Riverbed

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Project Tanks

Cleaning Up The Seabed or Riverbed

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Project Ocean

Cleaning Up The Seabed or Riverbed

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