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Join us in supporting Dawn Helps Save Wildlife with The Marine Mammal Center in their efforts to protect and restore the health of marine mammals

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THE P&G GOOD EVERYDAY IMPACT

Join us in supporting Dawn Helps Save Wildlife with The Marine Mammal Center in their efforts to protect and restore the health of marine mammals.

doses of medicine provided to sick sea lion pups

People working together to help our community reach its goal

A legacy of doing good. A commitment to doing better.

For over 40 years, Dawn dish soap has helped over 75,000 animals affected by oil pollution and given thousands of bottles of dish soap to wildlife rescue workers, like our partners at The Marine Mammal Center. And together, with the P&G Good Everyday community, we can help Dawn and the Center do even more.

Giving marine mammals a second chance at life

When oil spills into and pollutes the water, it poses a great danger to the wildlife that surrounds it. The innocent victims of oil spills and environmental catastrophes include marine mammals like seals, sea lions and dolphins.

Dawn dish soap is tough on grease and oil pollution, but gentle enough for wildlife, making it the perfect partner for The Marine Mammal Center.

The Center’s mission is to advance global ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research and education. And in an effort to achieve this, the Center teaches more than 100,000 kids and adults each year about the health of our wildlife, the ocean and the role that we as humans play in sustaining it all.

A simple action, a lifesaving dose

The Center has been working to keep aquatic wildlife and their environment clean since 1975. With 1,300 volunteers and the support of a concerned public, the Center is able to respond to more marine mammals in distress than any other organization in the world.

And with 1,300 volunteers and the support of a concerned public, the Center is able to respond to marine mammals in distress. Sick and injured animals are treated at the Center’s state-of-the-art veterinary facilities and are cared for until they can be released back to their ocean home. Dawn dish soap is a huge help in working to protect and restore the health of aquatic wildlife.

__You can also support this cause through the Center’s Adopt-a-Seal program or get involved with one of their other initiatives.

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