Since 1998, the MarineBio Conservation Society has been a nonprofit volunteer marine conservation and science education group working online together to educate the world about ocean life, marine biology marine conservation, and a sea ethic. To continue, we simply need your help. No gift is too small and all gifts are put to immediate use and are greatly appreciated.
You can support the MarineBio Conservation Society affordably and effectively with a monthly gift. Our secure donation page gives you the option to make a recurring monthly gift.
Honor Friends and Family with a Special Gift
Let your friends and family know that you care about them and that you care about the marine environment by making a donation to the MarineBio Conservation Society in their name. A gift membership to the MarineBio Conservation Society makes a great gift to celebrate special occasions! Members will receive a number of benefits. See our membership benefits page for more information.
Make a gift in memory of a loved one to honor their legacy and to help us raise awareness about marine conservation and the pressing need to preserve the ocean and its marine life for the sake of ours and future generations.
Help ensure a healthy ocean for tomorrow by remembering the MarineBio Conservation Society in your will or by taking advantage of other creative giving tools. To learn more about planned/estate giving at the MarineBio Conservation Society, please contact us at +1 (713) 248-2576 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations and memberships to the MarineBio Conservation Society (MarineBio.org, Inc.), a US 501(c)3 nonprofit charity, are tax-deductible. MarineBio's tax identification number is: 14-1955707. If you prefer to join or make a contribution to the MarineBio Conservation Society by mail, please send checks or money orders to: MarineBio, 1995 Fairlee Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 USA.
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Show your support for the MarineBio Conservation Society by visiting our Zazzle.com shop and purchasing customizable MarineBio Conservation Society merchandise to wear, share, or give.
MarineBio Shop at Amazon.com
Use this link while shopping at Amazon.com or purchase products through our Amazon affiliate shop, and a percentage of your purchases will be donated to the MarineBio Conservation Society at no cost to you. Know of a great book, DVD, etc. we should recommend? Email us its Amazon page at email@example.com
Wish List/In-Kind Donations
You can donate new or used items on our wish list below or purchase them from a vendor to be sent to our offices. In the United States, In-Kind Gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law:
MarineBio Conservation Society Need List:
Volunteer with the MarineBio Conservation Society
Our amazing volunteers deserve the greatest credit for helping to make the MarineBio Network and the MarineBio Conservation Society what it is today. In over a decade, countless people have come forward to made wonderful suggestions, point out problems and errors, and contributed their time and effort in so many ways it would be hard to list them all. Currently we have volunteers from all over the world writing about species, ocean science and marine conservation, and yet we have much left to do. If you have experience with any of the following and would like to help, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spread the Word!
Lastly, you can help by spreading the word about MarineBio in various ways online by getting involved in our blog, Facebook page or Group page, on Twitter, etc. We also have a page where you can get various images to put on your blog or web page, every bit helps!
For more information about supporting the MarineBio Conservation Society please contact us at +1 (713) 248-2576 or via email@example.com
"Georgia Aquarium has decided not to appeal the decision handed down by Judge Totenberg. We firmly disagree with the Judge's decision, but the extended appeal process would add to an already lengthy series of legal proceedings, which would not be in the best interest of the animals in Russia."
As if the world's coral reefs didn't have enough problems — killer rising ocean temperatures, crazy bleaching events and oil slicks comprised of sunscreen from sunbathers that denude them, they are now under attack by hordes of thorny sea creatures.
Fishing nations at the annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) have once again failed to adopt scientific advice and best practices to safeguard several species of oceanic sharks.