As a small organisation, we’re always looking to expand our network. If you think your company would be interested in connecting with us so we can support each other, please email

Here are some organisations we’re already supported and endorsed by:


Jay's Pro Dive Centre

The amazing and dedicated team at Jay’s Pro Dive Centre facilitates our marine research. Jay's is an award-winning PADI Gold Star resort and their ethical and environmental policies are one of main drivers of our partnership. You can check out their team and dive centre on their website

1% for the planet

We're a 1% for the planet non-profit partner. Is your business a member of this awesome initiative? Choose us as your charity partner!

Mission Blue

We're proud to be working in a Mission Blue Hope Spot. Our application to establish our area as a Hope Spot was approved in 2018 and we're thrilled to be working with such an amazing organisation!

University of Leeds

In 2021 we'll be running a new coral reef research project in conjunction with University of Leeds and our funder, Evercare.

Newcastle University

We take students in their second year of their marine biology degree as part of their placements to our base in Mozambique for our 2 week Research Program.

Photographers Without Borders

Photographers Without Borders is a Canadian NGO which helps bridge the gap between media and conservation. Their partnership has been crucial in the development of Love The Oceans media and telling the story of our work.

World Cetacean Alliance

The World Cetacean Alliance is the world’s largest Partnership working to protect whales, dolphins and porpoises (cetaceans). Through cooperation, the Partners of the World Cetacean Alliance aim to conserve and protect cetaceans and their habitats in the world’s oceans, seas and rivers, to ensure their continued health and survival. Love The Oceans is a proud Partner of the World Cetacean Alliance.

Minorities In Shark Science

In 2022 Love The Oceans and MISS are teaming up to create a scholarship program for 2 MISS members to come to Mozambique and participate in our expeditions!

Swim Tayka

Swim Tayka is an international swimming charity that helps teach swimming around the world by sending qualified instructors to selected projects. They send instructors to help us with our intense swimming workshops which we run with our local swimming kids in August annually.


EveryCare is partnering with Love The Oceans and University of Leeds to run a coral reef research project. They'll also be funding training of our Ocean Conservation Champions as scuba divers to help with this research.

Campfire Academy

Campfire Academy is a Eco Safari Lodge in South Africa which LTO partners with as an optional extra for our volunteers after their time with us in Mozambique. We're partnered with Campfire for their incredible ethics and sustainable initiatives.


The Swimming Teachers’ Association is an international award-winning charity working towards the objective of preserving human life by the teaching of swimming, lifesaving and survival techniques. The STA is partnered with LTO to provide training tools to equip future generations of Mozambique children with the tools learn to swim.



LTO has initiated the first ever free swimming lessons in our area and Zoggs has supported us by supplying numerous floats and goggles for the children and adults we teach.

Catalina Lodge

Catalina Lodge is a lodge local to us in Mozambique. Catalina is one of our main sponsors for the work we do at the local schools. Their consistent sponsorship has enabled us to continue our work at both Guinjata and Paindane School. They also offer luxury accommodation.


Buehler sponsored LTO by donating a Buehler Isomet Low Speed Saw and shipping it to South Africa for us! They continue to supply us with products enabling us to process samples while in Mozambique.

Draper Tools

Draper Tools sponsored us essential tools for our research.



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