Hosted Projects

Our fiscally sponsored projects represent a diverse field of ocean conservation issues around the globe. We look for compelling projects with factors including: strong science, strong legal basis, strong socio-economic argument, charismatic fauna or flora, a clear threat, clear benefits, and a strong/logical project strategy. Then, much like any investment advisor, we use a 14-point due diligence checklist, which looks at the project's management, financing, legal filings and other reports. Check out our Fiscal Sponsorship page to learn more.

Ocean Revolution was created to change the way humans engage with the se

The Oregon Marine Reserves Partnership is a consortium of organizations

Proyecto Caguama (Operation Loggerhead) partners directly with fishermen

50 years of exponential growth in plastic production has created more than 500 years of durable, persistent pollution.

The mission of the Redfish Rocks Community Team (RRCT) is to support the

Sea Turtle Census works on projects that work to conserve and protect se

The Ocean Foundation’s SeaGrass Grow project offers voluntary opportunit

SEVENSEAS is a new free publication that promotes marine conservation th

Shark Advocates International (SAI) is dedicated to conserving some of t

SmartFish International aims to improve the social and environmental fut

SURMAR/ASIMAR aspires to deepen our understanding of natural processes i

Tag-A-Giant Fund (TAG) is committed to reversing the decline of northern