We Support Sea Turtle Conservation
in Lisa Jo Randgaard's Memory
Our handmade Flippery When Wet soaps will be available again in February 2018. Thank you, Donors, for your overwhelming support in 2017! We are looking forward to another great year in 2018!
Lisa Jo Randgaard's sisters, Linda and Diane, are proud to offer our handmade soap bars we call Flippery When Wet. We make these 4-ounce soap bars in small batches with vegetable oils and lye, the old-fashioned way. Our soaps are scented with only pure essential oils (no artificial fragrances) and colored with oxides and ultramarines. We stamp every bar with a sea turtle image. Our family pays for all ingredients and shipping fees, so ONE HUNDRED PERCENT of all donations go to The Lisa Jo Randgaard Fund at Sea Turtle Conservancy.
CLICK HERE to order our handmade natural soaps. With every soap bar, we continue our enduring commitment to "Clean and Protect."
Thank You for Supporting Lisa's Fund
at Sea Turtle Conservancy!
The Lisa Jo Randgaard Fund at Sea Turtle Conservancy is an Endowment Fund that supports sea turtle conservation in memory of our daughter and sister, Lisa, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on May 2, 2012, at age 43, from complications of her rare congenital heart condition. Endowment donations are not spent, but leveraged to provide annual earnings, a percentage of which supports sea turtle research, conservation and education. The larger the endowment's value, the larger the annual impact.
The Randgaard Family’s fundraising efforts serve to increase Lisa's Fund as high as we can take it in our lifetimes. EVERY DOLLAR makes a difference and impacts sea turtles and their ongoing protection, a cause that was near and dear to Lisa’s heart.
Staff Housing/Front Office Rebuild Project in Tortuguero, Costa Rica:
THANK YOU, Kim Harrell, for giving your heart and your art to this cause by drawing our soap mascot, 'Cutie Patootie'. Click here to see more of Kim's artwork.
Jenny Welk Randgaard, our wonderful Mother and fundraising collaborator, passed away on October 10, 2016, at home in Chaska, Minnesota. Mom loved honoring Lisa's legacy by becoming a protector of endangered sea turtles, and we thank you for giving our work such depth of meaning.