WE'LL MAKE IT COUNT!
Since we’re a non-profit organisation, donations form an integral part of keeping us running. Your support allows us to achieve our goals of protecting the ocean. Every contribution makes a difference – and goes straight toward protecting our oceans and achieving sustainable living. There are several ways to make a donation to Love The Oceans – including financial and equipment contributions.
You can direct your support toward our general operations or focus on a specific areas of interest. We will work with you, your organisation or your company to ensure that your support achieves both your goals and Love The Oceans’.
We’re grateful for as little or as much as you can spare. Thank you.
Feeling passionate and want to set up a fundraiser for Love The Oceans for a special occasion or an event you’re doing?
That’s great! We’re registered on JustGiving so you can fundraise for us really easily. Click the below button to fundraise with JustGiving. If you do not want to fundraise with JustGiving, that’s ok! We also have a platform on GivenGain. However, we have to set up a fundraiser for you on this so please contact us if you’d like to do this.
Love The Oceans is grateful for donations that we can put toward our general operations, research or education projects, but we also have some specific needs! Your support with a donation or connection to the following will make a difference to Love The Oceans and our ability to protect our oceans.
Temperature probe and thermometer
Camera equipment – both simple point and shoot and DSLR
Soft tape measures
Books – either English or Portuguese
Stationery – pens/pencils/paper/workbooks/rulers/stickers
Marine books for children
A 4×4 vehicle
First aid kits
First aid courses
Car mechanics course
Please email email@example.com to find out more about how to donate these items.
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