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Donate

Seacology’s critical work to preserve the environments and cultures of islands throughout the world depends on the generosity of our donors. If you are not already a supporter of Seacology, please consider becoming one! You can make an online donation, call us at (510) 559-3505, or send a check or money order to

Seacology
1623 Solano Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94707

You can also set up an ongoing contribution by joining Island Stewards, Seacology’s monthly-donor community

Save an Acre

Coral reefs, mangroves, and tropical rainforests are home to the planet’s greatest biodiversity, but are disappearing at an alarming rate. Every acre we save makes a world of difference. Now you can help protect these ecosystems with Seacology’s Save an Acre program.

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Be a Seacology Fellow

Seacology Fellows are the leading supporters of Seacology, making projects possible. To join, simply make an annual donation of at least $2,000.

List of Seacology Fellows.

Seacology Fellows ($2,000 – $9,999)
  • Acknowledgment on Seacology’s website and in print newsletter
  • Advance notice of all Seacology travel packages
  • Seacology tote bag and lapel pin
  • Invitation to Fellows Reception before the Seacology Prize Ceremony—a special opportunity to meet with the prize winner
Island Fellows ($10,000-$24,999)
  • All benefits of Seacology Fellows
  • Island handicrafts from one of Seacology’s project sites
Chief Ulu Fellows ($25,000 or more)
  • All benefits of Seacology Fellows and Island Fellows
  • First notice of and first opportunity to register for Seacology trips

For more information on the Seacology Fellows program, please contact us at (510) 559-3505 or islands@seacology.org.

Join the Island Legacy Society

The Island Legacy Society was created to recognize and honor individuals who treasure Seacology’s mission and have expressed their commitment to ensure that our important work continues.

List of Island Legacy Society members.

Here’s how to join:

  • Make a gift to Seacology in your estate plan with your accounting or investment professional.
  • Contact Development Director Kathryn Selvidge at (510) 559-3505 extension 305 or islands@seacology.org and we will provide a Letter of Intent for you to fill out.

We will acknowledge your gift by giving you recognition (with your permission) on our website and periodically in our newsletters, as well as invitations to Seacology events throughout the year. For more information on the kind of gifts you may want to make, please speak with your accounting or investment professional. In addition, our Development Department is available to help you with this simple process.

Donate Stock


You can also support our work by making a gift of stock to Seacology. In order to complete a donation of securities, please complete BOTH steps below:

Step 1

Contact your securities broker to transfer shares to Seacology. Here is all the information you should need:

  • Name of Account:
    Seacology
  • Account Number:
    KA 8027 8454
  • Seacology Brokerage Account:
    Charles Schwab & Co.
    Attn: Transfer of Accounts
    101 Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94104
  • Schwab’s Tax ID Number:
    94-1737782
  • The Clearing Number:
    0164

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our tax identification number (FEIN) 87-0495235

Step 2

Notify of your donation by phone at (510) 559-3505 or email at: islands@seacology.org

Due to privacy concerns, your bank will not identify you when notifying us about your stock donation to Seacology. In order for us to send your tax receipt letter in a timely fashion and confirm that your stock was transferred, you must notify Seacology of your donation.

 

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Berkeley, CA 94707 USA
510-559-3505

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