Help stop plastic harming any more manta rays with 4Ocean Posted on 18 Feb 14:52 , 0 comments

4Ocean, with the help of the Oceanic Preservation Society, have chosen the Manta Ray as the focus of their limited edition 4Ocean Bracelet. These gentle giants are under threat from the amount of plastic they ingest due to the nature of their feeding habits. This danger is compounded by over commercial fishing as well as net entanglement, bycatch, and illegal poaching.

Show our Oceans some love this Valentine’s Day with 4Ocean Posted on 08 Feb 14:33 , 0 comments

This year give someone special something more than a Valentine’s card and show them you care with a limited edition 4Ocean Bracelet. Every month they release a new bracelet to raise funds and awareness for a particular cause and this February it is the gentle giants of the Ocean the Manta Ray.

What makes us select a Valentine’s card Posted on 25 Jan 16:25 , 0 comments

We stock a wide range of Valentine’s cards every year for Valentine’s Day but it is always the same set of criteria we use to make sure it is always only the best cards that arrive at Paper Tiger.

What to write in a Valentine’s Day card Posted on 21 Jan 15:44 , 0 comments

So after much searching you finally found the perfect Valentines card to give to your loved one this year. But, what to write?

Help save the seals when you purchase a 4Ocean Bracelet Posted on 11 Jan 13:25 , 0 comments

4Ocean is a global campaign to cleanup our oceans and coastlines by pulling a pound of trash every time a 4Ocean Bracelet is bought. The 4Ocean movement is trying to restore the balance of nature in our seas as well as highlighting a monthly cause that will raise awareness and funds for a particular area of environmental concern. This month it is the plight of the Hawaiian Monk Seal.

Help save dolphins and porpoises with the limited edition 4Ocean dolphin bracelet Posted on 14 Dec 10:42 , 0 comments

There is an estimated sixteen billion pounds of plastic going into our oceans every year and 4Ocean are funding a clean-up by the sales of their 4Ocean Bracelet. This global movement pulls a pound of trash from our ocean and our coastline each time a bracelet is purchased. Every month they dedicate a limited edition bracelet to an environmental cause and this month it for dolphins and porpoises who are threatened with extinction.

4Ocean is helping to save seabirds with its new limited edition yellow 4Ocean Bracelet Posted on 09 Nov 09:53 , 0 comments

4Ocean is a global movement on a mission to pull one pound of trash from the ocean and the coastline for every 4Ocean Bracelet purchased. Every month they give a minimum donation of £10,000 to a specific cause as well as help raise global awareness about this issue. This month they have joined forces with BirdLife International to help save seabirds.

4Ocean and the issues of plastic ingestion for marine life Posted on 24 Oct 10:47 , 0 comments

4Ocean is a Florida based for-profit charity that is helping to clean-up our oceans and coastlines by pulling 1lb of trash for every 4Ocean Bracelet that is purchased. They are on a global mission to raise awareness of the need to restore the balance in the ocean as well as highlight a particular cause each month to bring to people attention the dangers that certain marine animals face today.

4ocean and the 8 million tons of plastic dumped into our oceans every year Posted on 10 Oct 11:36 , 0 comments

4ocean is an international movement who are passionately removing plastic from our oceans, funded by sales of their 4Ocean bracelets, while helping to motivate people to clean-up our oceans and coastlines 1lb at a time. Oceans are fundamental to the health of our planet. To survive and prosper we need a balanced relationship with out planet’s oceans.

It's time to Clean Up with 4Ocean! Posted on 03 Oct 14:04 , 0 comments

This October, each time you buy 4Oceans Bracelets online we will enter your name into a prize draw to win a 4Ocean Clean Up Kit!
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