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Project O is a 501c3 founded in
Laguna Beach, California in January 2017.
To Restore, Protect and Sustain our
oceans and marine life living in it.
One Ocean. One Chance.
Marine animals often mistake the balloons for food or become entangled in their string.
Your purchase of Rich German art helps raise funds to support the efforts of Project O.
100% of the Proceeds from Book Sales will go to Support the Ocean through Project O
Watch as a friendly pod of 4 Orcas
interact with Rich on his paddle board.
Features some of Rich's top dolphin and whale videos and photos from his paddle board.
COOLEST video Rich has ever shared…
Even better than the Orcas in his opinion!
Feel free to reach out to us for any general inquiries you may have about Project O Foundation.
Rich German is a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist, photographer and prolific paddle boarder who has lived in Laguna Beach California since 2006.
Since 2010, Rich has spent over 5,000 hours on the ocean covering over 15,000 miles in Laguna Beach. In 2015, a spectacular video of his amazing encounter with four powerful Orca Whales garnered global news coverage and attention, including support from several of the largest ocean conservation groups in the world.
This creative writer recently published his third book titled Blue Laguna, which features stunning photos of ocean imagery, including whales and dolphins, from Rich's many adventures on the ocean.
Mr. German's hope is to inspire people from around the world to love the ocean and the sacred life in it, so much that they will do whatever needs to be done to protect it… just like we would protect our own children.
We had an amazing turnout at Gratitude Restaurant in beautiful Newport Beach, CA on Sunday April 9th.
Please continue your support protecting our ocean! Your continued assistance goes a long way in accomplishing our goals.
Project O will create the next generation of Ocean Warriors to restore, protect
and sustain the oceans and marine life living in it.
By teaching ocean conservation to our children through art, film and educational programs, we are ensuring the viability of our beautiful oceans for future generations.
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