In the Community
Porretto Beach has a long history of supporting and partnering with our beloved community. We are proud to team up with local and national organizations in support of our mission through events, campaigns, and sponsorships. A few of our current partners are the following:
The Turtle Island Restoration Network protects marine life and the oceans and the inland watersheds that sustain them through activating local communities. We partner on the national Hold Onto Your Butts campaign targeting the recycling of cigarettes and keeping them out of our sand and water. You'll see canisters for collection on all of Porretto Beach locations.
Surfrider Foundation Galveston
The Surfrider Foundation Galveston Chapter is
dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean and beaches. We partner on the national Hold Onto Your Butts campaign targeting the recycling of cigarettes and keeping them out of our sand and water. You'll see canisters for collection on all of Porretto Beach locations.
U.S. Coast Guard Galveston & Freeport Station
Annually, the US Coast Guard Galveston and Freeport Station team up with Porretto Beach to support local veteran organizations through a fundraising beach 5K/10K walk/run.
Short Term Rental Owners Association of Galveston promotes the responsible operation of short term rentals through education, advocacy, and networking in connection with the Galveston community. Our relationship with STROAG allows for mutual support in and around our community.
Galveston Discovery Map
The Galveston Discovery Map creates an artistic resource for tourists to experience the Island and support local businesses. Porretto Beach is proud to partner with an organization dedicated to enhancing our visitor experience and uplifting our community.
Texas Surf Museum
The Texas Surf Museum celebrates the unique Texas surf culture. Galveston will be the new location of the Texas Surf Museum, and Porretto Beach has partnered with the organization to help open the doors for all to experience this quirky Texas treasure.