Changes to Our Board

2016 has seen some changes to the Sea-Changers Board of Trustees. After two years of leadership, Pam Buchan has stepped down from her role as Chair of Sea-Changers. We are pleased to say that Pam will remain as a Board member. The Sea-Changers team would like to warmly thank Pam for her input as Chair as she helped to facilitate more open thinking about what Sea-Changers is and what it could be, in particular in the area of volunteering within Sea-Changers.



On March the 31st the deadline for our latest round of marine conservation grants will be closing. If your group or organisation is looking for a small grant to help fund a UK based marine conservation project, please click here and find out more. Make sure you read through our funding policy to see if you are eligible for a grant and complete our short application form. for further information please contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

Cruise Passengers Create Sea-Change

Hebridean Islands Cruises’ partnership with marine conservation charity Sea-Changers is now entering its fifth year of operation.  Many guests have chosen to add a small donation to their booking fee, as a way of giving something back to protect the beautiful seas, shores and marine wildlife that form such a fundamental part of the experience when cruising aboard the Hebridean Princess. The total raised now exceeds £16,000.




A new partnership between Sea-Changers and the Water Filtration bottle company Water-to-Go will provide a chance for people to ensure they have safe drinking water, wherever they are in the world, whilst also doing their part for healthier seas. With the partnership purchasers get a 15% discount on every Water-to-Go order and at the same time 15% of the value of their purchase will be donated to us. We will ensure that every penny raised through the partnership will go to vital marine conservation work in the UK.

New Round of Grants Announced

Scuba divers, sailors, surfers, cruisers and other sea-users have supported six UK marine conservation charities and projects through Sea-Changers’ latest round of funds. The money, raised by sea-users wanting to contribute to the marine environment they love, was allocated by Sea-Changers through its latest grant allocation process, which saw grants ranging from £400 to £1,000 to six projects across the UK.

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