Over the past two decades we have worked in over 13 countries to help small scale projects that might not normally receive funding to get off the ground.

We have supported a wide range of projects, including everything from art installations to snorkel trails. Each year, we select relevant conservation themes for the grants, but since day one, projects have always been required to align with our ethos of connecting people with the Ocean.

Global project locations

Charities & projects we have supported include…


Assessing the Structure and Habitat Use of a Novel Aggregation of Hammerhead Sharks off Japan.

Marine Conservation Society

MCS Litter Survey / MCS Guidelines for sustainable trade in marine curios /

Surfers Against Sewage

Surfers Against Sewage Regional Representative Training Weekend

Reef World Foundation

Strengthen the Conservation, Sustainability and Wise Management of Coral Reefs and Associated Coastal Ecosystems in SE Asia (online Toolkit)

National Lobster Hatchery

Synergistic effects of ocean acidification and global warming on the survival, growth, oxygen uptake and exoskeleton development of the European lobster

Galapagos Conservation Trust

Galapagos Bullhead Sharks – Rediscovering a Forgotten Species (phase 2).
Science, Drones and Outreach.

Seafront Environmental, Ghana

VR technologies as a tool to tell compelling stories about human activities impacting the marine environment and its associated ecosystems.

Marine Megafauna Foundation, Mozambique

Using innovative 360-degree technology to produce authentic VR films that are designed to engage and connect local communities with the Ocean.

Galapagos Conservation Trust, Galapagos

Using drone technology and genetic sampling to investigate the connectivity and habitats of little-studied ray species in the Galapagos Islands.

Find out more about the current Ocean Grant Project that we are supporting.