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With the support of our partners and supporters we're achieving a huge amount for the UK's oceans

We are a UK marine conservation charity, managed by a small team of volunteers who love the UK's seas, shores and wildlife.

We give grants to UK marine charities and non-profits for conservation and research projects.
We work with businesses and individuals to raise funds via bespoke corporate partnerships, online giving, eBay auctions, sponsored events and individual donations.
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Our Main Grant Fund is allocated twice a year.


Grant application deadlines are 31st March and 30th September.

We also run a Small Grant Fund.

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Our partners have concern for the sea and its future and want to give back by supporting our grant-giving.


Discover our current partners or how to put your business forward to become one. 

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We are passionate about funding grassroots projects that engage the local community.


Check out our project map for where we've worked and what we're doing there.


Get involved

There are numerous outstanding events and avenues for involvement, each offering a profound opportunity to make a tangible impact.

Here are the top 10 ways to become a Sea-Changer.

Our seas are in jeopardy

The projects we fund address some of the most pressing threats to our seas, recognising that over 90% of the world's plants and animals rely on these ecosystems, with more than 2.5 billion people depending on fish for at least 20% of their protein intake, and over 200 million jobs tied to fisheries.

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Unsustainable fishing

The world's fisheries are becoming fully exploited or overfished.

But billions of unwanted fish and other animals are dying needlessly each year.

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Climate change

Marine plants produce at least 50% of the oxygen in our atmosphere and the oceans absorb at third of the carbon dioxide.

Rising sea temperatures inhibit the ocean's ability to regulate our climate.

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Our seas are being polluted by agriculture, shipping, oil rigs, tourism and factories.


Discarded plastic kills thousands of mammals, birds and fish that become entangled in it or mistake it for food. 

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