Featured Nonprofit Partner

About SoundWaters

SoundWaters is an environmental education organization.
Founded in 1989, SoundWaters teaches effective, innovative environmental science
programs to preschool thru high school students both on land at our two coastal
education sites, on our iconic 80’, three-masted schooner on Long Island Sound and in

Every program, activity and event we undertake is focused on protecting, preserving and promoting a healthy environment for Long Island Sound community and its watershed by increasing environmental knowledge and literacy in the community.

We are creating the environmental stewards of tomorrow.

We pledge that no student, school or school district will be turned away from a
SoundWaters program due to the inability to pay. We work with close to 150 schools
across 46 towns in Connecticut and New York. More than 50% of the 32,500 students
that SoundWaters reaches annually are from low income households and are eligible
for free or reduced lunch programs.


Does your nonprofit organization share Stream2Sea’s passion?

Become a Nonprofit Partner!

Nonprofit Partners receive a referral link and branded banners for their website and email communications.
Groups receive a 20% referral contribution for any revenue generated through Stream2Sea.com via their referral link. Email blasts or social media posts are a great way to promote the referral code and educate audiences on the Stream2Sea mission

Each month, Stream2Sea selects a Featured Nonprofit Partner.
In addition to their nonprofit partnership tools, they will enjoy:


  • A product bundle containing our most popular products
  • Social media promotion throughout the month on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram
  • A shoutout in Stream2Sea’s monthly newsletter
  • 10% of proceeds from the sales of a featured product (applied with a coupon code)
  • A website feature
All Stream2Sea Nonprofit Partners are encouraged to also partner with 1% for the Planet!

Click here to learn more about their Nonprofit Partners Program.

Nonprofit Partners

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