Sea2it C.I.C is a registered not-for-profit Community Interest Company dedicated to "conserving the marine and freshwater coastal environments of Northern Ireland and Ireland"
It achieves this in 4-ways:
1. Direct volunteer led environmental activities such as marine and freshwater litter collections, invasive species action, outfall safari and conservation angling and monitoring programmes
2. Upskilling and accredited training and qualifications for volunteers to enable the delivery of activities in challenge environments on and near water
3. The continual development and maintenance of a community bank of equipment to enable the delivery of activities
4. Programming of events and the delivery of activities to raise funding to sustain the organisations activities
Sea2it regularly partners with other organisations across the public, private and voluntary sector to deliver projects which conserve and enhance the freshwater, marine and coastal environments. Our strength is our ability to engage directly with local communities on behalf of our partners. With volunteers ranging in age from 12 - 82, Sea2it can draw on and apply a wealth of diverse knowledge and experience which reflect the changing needs of coastal communities over many decades.
Successful partnerships and projects which Sea2t have led include:
Volunteers are the backbone of our organisation. Sea2it offers regular opportunities for individuals and groups to get involved and make a difference to their local freshwater, marine and coastal environments. Anyone interested in volunteering should send an expression of interest to email@example.com
Where possible volunteers can avail of accredited training (subject to funding), and Sea2it is always happy to engage with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme participants to ensure that they meet their service objectives. Some limited one or two day work experience opportunities are also available.
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