Oceana Identifies Ways to Help the Gulf Oil Spill

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Written by Tori Tait from Daily Grommet

As the devastating images from the latest Gulf oil spill began to criss-cross the Internet, the stark reality of the damages became visible to everyone. Questions like, "What have we done? How did this happen"? and "What can we do?" began to echo through many of our thoughts—I know this to be true for me anyway. The powerful thing is, great communities (like the one here at Mom It Forward) do find ways to help. A community like this one is proof that you can gather in thought, take action and transcend physical barriers to help make change. We may not all be able to physically lend support to the Gulf clean-up efforts, but there is proof that a lot of "little" actions can be amplified and add up to something much more powerful.

One organization that has clear ideas about how to help is Oceana, a nonprofit organization focused on protecting the world’s oceans. If you’d like to help support Oceana and its conservation efforts, the cool designers at The Heads of State have made it easy and rewarding.

This video explains more:

Thanks for watching and thinking about how you can help. Even if it's just by spreading the word, it is helpful. The team at The Heads of State says it best: “We know this poster won’t save the world, but we’re hoping, with your help, it can make a small impact on the growing devastation.”

For more information about Heads of State and this Gulf charity poster, please visit Daily Grommet.

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An active part of the Mom It Forward team, Jyl primarily writes about parenting, social good, and all things travel related. In a past life, Jyl was an award-winning copywriter and designer of corporate training programs for Fortune 100 companies. Offline, Jyl is married to @TroyPattee; a mom to two teen boys and a beagle named #Hashtag; loves large amounts of cheese, dancing, and traveling; and lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Topping her bucket list is the goal to visit 50 countries by the time she's 50.

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