Strawless Ocean

ADRIAN GRENIER and LUCY SUMNER of the Lonely Whale Foundation

along with

 Director KAI REGAN of alldayeveryday

in collaboration with


invite you to join them in standing up to plastic pollution in our ocean.


Our Goal

Create a Cultural Movement To Impact Real Policy Change

In the U.S., we use 500 million plastic straws every day. Most of those straws are not recyclable and end up in our oceans, killing fish, turtles, and seabirds. If we don't act now, by 2050, plastics will outweigh the fish in the ocean.

Fortunately, one small change can have a big impact.

With so much going on in the world that seems unsolvable, this is a solution that’s easily within reach. Use the power of your celebrity to get everyone you know to ditch single-use plastic straws, and try alternatives like paper and reusable.

*This effort is all volunteer — with no commercial or corporate funding involved.






The concept is simple. Tell people how much you “suck.” And then pledge to “stop sucking.”

Join us in L.A. on March 26-29 for our STOP SUCKING PSA shoot. We just need a few minutes of your time—that’s all it takes to get the world to #STOPSUCKING and impact our oceans and sea life immeasurably.





Get In Touch For Details

Questions or comments? Ready to jump in? Not sure if you can make this date but still want to help?

Contact Emma Riley, Director of Strategic Partnerships, at the Lonely Whale Foundation for further details and next steps.

(510) 926-5571