Trojan Community

The Trojan Water Polo Club is an active member in our local communities. In addition to teaching life lessons to our young athletes, our coaches, members, and families give back and volunteer in a variety of ways; including, through non-profits, school organizations, and community outreach programs

These are just some of the activities, events, and ways you can give back with the Trojan Water Water Polo Club: 

Food Drive

Last year, we started collecting food to donate to those in need. Over the course of 6 weeks, we were able to gather over 100 grocery bags of food  and money for perishables that we donated to the Redondo Beach Food Pantry for families in need. We look forward to making this an annual event.

Pier Ride

7th Annual Tour de Pier is Sunday, May 19, 2019.

http://support.pancreatic.org/site/PageServer?pagename=tdp_home_2019

Riding in this epic event is not my only goal. I intend to raise as much as I possibly can to help support the three charities involved: the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, the Uncle Kory Foundation and the Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach. I hope you will consider joining me for an unforgettable day of doing good and feeling good! The way I see it, we are stronger together and it would be fantastic to have you on my team. If you aren’t up for riding, consider making a donation online by simply clicking on my link

Beach Clean Up

https://theterramarproject.org/2018/07/11/take-the-beach-cleanup-bucket-challenge/

It’s a simple concept – bring a bucket with you to the beach and fill it up with the trash you see around you.

When you’re done, share across social media and recycle the waste!

The beach cleanup bucket challenge is a great way to have a positive impact on the ocean this Summer for a few reasons:

  1. People will see you cleaning the beach and become inspired by you. It’s a great conversation starter, and maybe even a way to meet someone new at the beach 😉
  2. Buckets are re-usable so you don’t need to go out and purchase garbage bags (which are also made of plastic and pose harms to marine life). You can customize your bucket with cool stickers as well!
  3. You see for yourself what kinds of plastics are reaching your local beach. Are they coming from weekend crowds? Are they being washed in from somewhere else? What kinds of plastics are most prominent?

There are no more excuses for marine pollution this Summer! 

Share your beach cleanup videos and results on social media with @trojan_wpc and @TerraMarProject and we’ll show your awesome work to the world! Tag #NoMoreButts and #BeachCleanupBucketChallenge to be featured!