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Heal the Bay Backpack

NONPROFIT PARTNER PRODUCT - Your purchase supports this organization with a 30% contribution from BOLDFACE to Heal the Bay.


Heal the Bay was founded more than 25 years ago by a group of Los Angeles residents who couldn't stand to let the pollution from the Hyperion Sewage Wastewater Treatment Plant continue to destroy our coastal waters. Today, the HTB community of staff and volunteers shares that same grassroots passion and conviction. HTB fights to protect the health of the ocean, its animals and plants, and all of the members of the public, like you, who swim, surf and play in the waves. 

  • HTB Mission: making southern California's coastal waters and watersheds, including Santa Monica Bay, safe, healthy and clean
  • To fulfill its mission, HTB uses science, education, community action and advocacy
  • HTB is an environmental nonprofit organization based in Santa Monica and founded in 1985 with a diverse team of staff, Board of Directors and volunteers

For more information about Heal the Bay please visit

BOLDFACE will donate 30% of every sale of this beautiful backpack to Heal the Bay.

About the Heal the Bay BOLDFACE backpack:

This breathtaking photograph was taken in the Santa Monica Bay by local Redondo Beach CA photographer John Perchulyn.

When you order a BOLDFACE backpack you get:

  • Super high quality, rugged polyester canvas exterior.
  • Large inner cavity for books, jacket, flip flops...whatever you need to carry.
  • Wide padded backpack straps for extra comfort
  • Interchangeable artist designed BOLDFACE faces printed on weatherproof and waterproof canvas.
  • Inner laptop sleeve.
  • One side mesh pocket and one side Velcro pocket
  • Large extra front pocket (under back flap) for magazines, folders, etc.

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