Crowfunding Indonesia


Crowdfunding is a great way to raise funds for a cause you are passionate about!

Clean the oceans with the power of your community!

Crowdfunding provides a platform to engage with a broad community to support a given cause. There are a range of platforms that can be used to set up a crowdfunding campaign including gofundme, kickstarter and indiegogo, as well as a multiple international and localised examples.

Seabin has all the material needed to support a successful crowdfunding campaign.

Crowdfunding community

Check the debris at your location

In order to launch a crowdfunding campaign, it is important to first understand the marine debris problem in your surroundings. Seabins are designed for small to medium volumes of debris and in some cases of high debris volume where extra maintenance is available. Excessive volume of debris is unsuitable for installation of Seabins.

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Debris Low


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Debris medium


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Debris High


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Debris Excessive


Elegibility Criteria

Projects/Campaigns must abide by the following eligibility rules:

  1. Identify the type of structure (fixed or floating dock)
  2. Have a minimum free board (distance above the water) of 460mm and a maximum of 820mm
  3. Minimum 1.2 meters of draught on the lowest astronomical tide
  4. Max water current does not exceed 4 knots
  5. Indentify the type of voltage provided (110/220V)
  6. Is there staff to maintain the Seabin on a daily basis?
LEt’s start a project!
Install scheme

Rough schematic of an appropriate site for a Seabin installation.

Current & Past Campaigns

There has a been a total of 27 successful crowdfunding campaigns across various platforms. Some of the most successful campaigns include:


Ocean Sheroes for The Seabin Project

A dedicated and determined group of women from the UK embarked on a mission to compete in The Great Pacific Rowing Race, a 2,700 mile row from San Francisco to Hawaii. Their mission is to build a network of change makers to raise awareness about ocean plastics and create a positive impact for people and the planet.



Archie's Crew Clean Up Pittwater and Byond

Archie is a young environmentalist from the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia. As a young keen surfer, Archie has conducted multiple successfully crowdfunding campaigns, gaining popularity by raising the funds to install a stormwater drain catch net near his home. Archie is a keen advocate for Seabin and is continuing to raise funds to support Seabin.



Flossie Donnelly

Flossie Donnelly is a young environmental activist who embarked on a mission to rid her local coastline of ocean plastics. At just 11 years old, Flossie successfully campaigned through gofundme installed the first Seabins in Ireland, at Dun Laoghaire marina in Dublin.



Hawaii Volcanic Water

Supported by the Ala Wai Boat Harbour marina and the Department of Lands and Natural Resources (DLNR), Hawaii Volcanic, in collaboration with Seabin Foundation, led a successful campaign to install two (2) Seabin units.



Kaito Ishikawa – Jakarta

This campaign successfully installed the first Seabin in Indonesia, finding a suitable site in the historical Batavia Marina in the heart of Jakarta. This campaign is ongoing, and Kaito and his team are halfway to reaching their target on the Kitabisa platform.

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Every Little Bit Counts

We welcome one-off or monthly donations to help support our programs

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