As a 1st Mate Sponsor, we set our goal high, committing to raise at least $7500 for the 2021 Fish For A Cure tournament which raises money for the Cancer Institute at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Help our cause and donate today!
Team #1 - Bass, Brass & Kickin' Cancer's A$$
Team #2 - Simonizer - Kiss my Bass Cancer!
The Cancer Institute at Anne Arundel Medical Center encompasses a large array of services ranging from prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment through survivorship. Many different types of professionals contribute to the care of patients in our programs.
Established in 2009, the Back River Restoration Committee, Inc. (BRRC)is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to restoring the health of the tidal portion of the Back River watershed.
Bay Life Apparel has supported BRRC for several years now by not only raising money and making donations, but also by raising awareness of their cause and their mission.
Saving the bay, one drink at a time!
Kent Island Beach Cleanups (KIBCU) is an organization whose mission is to protect and preserve the beauty of the beaches, parks, and estuaries of Kent Island, MD through regular cleanups, education, awareness, social and communal responsibility and advocacy.
Bay Life Apparel has participated in beach clean ups and as an organization committed to using as little plastic as possible.
Rural Dog Rescue was founded in 2011 and is based in Washington, D.C., serving communities in D.C., Maryland, and northern Virginia.
They work with several high-kill shelters (who either euthanize dogs in 72 hours or whose kill rate is 70% or higher) in rural areas of Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina.
They also help dogs in need in Washington, D.C. and Maryland.
You'll notice Bay Life Apparel has a Bay life for Life Guarantee. Whenever a product is returned to us or whenever we ruin a garment at the shop, we distribute them to the homeless around the holidays times, along with fresh, clean blankets. We didn't simply drop them off at a shelter and call it a night, no, we personally drove around the city looking for homeless camps and individuals to distribute these items to.
We believe wholeheartedly in karma and are in a great position to put as much positive karma into the universe as possible.
One Bay. One People. This is the Bay Life Way of Life!