TAKE OCEAN ACTION
We can all do something to restore the Ocean.
You can support our work by making a direct donation, fundraising for Ocean health, sharing our work or becoming a partner.
WAYS YOU CAN
MAKE AN IMPACT
FUND THE OCEAN ACADEMY£3.50
We have 3 Youth Engagement Programmes.
We introduce young people to the Ocean, educate them about the threats it faces, the solutions it holds, and we empower them to take action to restore it.
£3.50 supports one child aged 3 – 16 through our on-line Ocean Academy programme endorsed by UNESCO.
FUND OUR OCEAN SCIENCE£100
We’re known for translating complex Ocean Science into simple but engaging content that people everywhere can act upon.
It’s a vital element of our work and we need to stay at the forefront of scientific consensus; accessing and understanding the latest marine science to ensure our Ocean content and programmes remain relevant.
Fund our Ocean Science articles or the our science-based social content.
£60 enables us to deliver daily science based content to almost 100k followers.
£1,000 enables us to write scientifically researched, opinion forming Ocean articles.
MAKE A PLEDGE TO THE OCEAN£2.50
The Ocean is one of the most important and most threatened ecosystems on Earth. Now is the time to take collective action. A monthly donation of any amount directly supports our environmental education programmes and marine science work to safeguard our Ocean.
Become a monthly supporter by setting up a regular payment below. It’s quick and easy!
As a thank you we will Plant one Mangrove Tree on your behalf when you sign up as a regular giver. Learn more about this climate change superhero now!
YOUR SUPPORT MAY FEEL LIKE A DROP, BUT THE OCEAN IS LESS WITHOUT IT.
Measuring our impact is crucial. Not only because the numbers are reliable indicators of our progress but also because evaluating our activities makes us better at what we do.
Evaluation helps us understand where we are, the impact our supporters have on restoring our Ocean, and how we can make changes now that ensure we achieve our goals.
As of the end of March ’23, the Ocean Generation was made up of 89, 504 people.
We engaged with over 9,500 students through Ocean Academy and another 6,000 young people between 16 – 25 through our Wavemaker Programme.