Vans powers movements to inspire sustainable and active lifestyles for the betterment of people and our planet. As a brand rooted in youth culture, we recognize the responsibility we have to protect the environment for future generations. We’re committed to reducing our overall footprint on the planet by reducing greenhouse emissions, designing new packaging solutions, and reimagining the lifecycle of our products by 2030. As the title sponsor of the US Open, sustainability will be at the forefront of the event through on-site activations in partnership with eight nonprofit organizations. These partners have been carefully selected by Vans due to their expertise and proven impact in creating a more sustainable world. For more information, please visit

Orange County Coast Keeper

About Our Booth

What's lurking underneath California's offshore oil and gas platforms? A thriving underwater habitat and wildlife community including fishes, invertebrates, and marine mammals! See for yourself at the Orange County Coastkeeper booth this year, where you can dive an offshore platform yourself using one of our many virtual reality headsets.

About OC Coastkeeper

Orange County Coastkeeper is a non-profit organization protecting swimmable, drinkable, fishable, sustainable water in Southern California. Since 1999, Coastkeeper has worked towards this mission through environmental education, collaborative advocacy, clean water enforcement, coastal restoration projects, and more.

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

About Our Booth

The Sustainable Coastlines Hawai’i (SCH) team will be hosting an interactive booth to share how plastic pollution in Hawai'i is directly connected to other parts of the world, including California. Through education and a proactive, solutions-based approach SCH will provide attendees with knowledge and actions for a future free of plastic pollution. During the contest, SCH will also be turning waste into a resource through their waste diversion bins – receptacles set up to divert recyclables, compostables, and food scraps away from the landfill. Through both of these initiatives, they hope US Open attendees will walk away feeling empowered to take action, and with the tools to do so. 

About Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii 

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaiʻi (SCH) is a grassroots nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire communities to care for coastlines. The SCH vision is a world of inspired people, clean beaches, and healthy coastlines. SCH programs are aligned with two organizational pillars: Inspiration and Action. They accomplish their mission by organizing fun and engaging large-scale community beach cleanups & restoration events, sharing knowledge through a robust educational program, promoting awareness and action through public outreach campaigns, engaging business leadership in hands-on solutions through corporate cleanups, providing the tools needed for others to host their own cleanups, and offering sustainability consulting and waste diversion services at events. 

The Surfrider Foundation

About The Surfrider Foundation

The Surfrider Foundation is a nonprofit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s ocean, waves and beaches, for all people, through a powerful network. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over one million supporters, activists and members, with more than 200 volunteer-led chapters and student clubs in the U.S., and more than 700 victories protecting our coasts. Learn more at

What Are You Fighting For?

We Are One Ocean and WSL Pure

We Are One Ocean 

To inspire the global surf community to protect and conserve the global ocean, preserving the future of our sport. 

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WSL PURE inspires, educates, and empowers ocean protection, starting with the global surf community.

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Conner Coffin helping with the Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea x Restoration Photo: WSL / Tony Heff Conner Coffin helping with the Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea x Restoration - WSL / Tony Heff
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