Thank you for thinking about fundraising for Sea Watch Foundation. Fundraising is a fantastic way to contribute to our cause, what you raise helps us continue to protect and research whales and dolphins all around the UK. With governments and businesses making cut backs due to Covid-19; dolphin and whale conservation is falling down their list of priorities and so is our vital research funding.

The health and wellbeing of these highly intelligent sentient whales and dolphins should not be forgotten as they are keystone species that shape entire ocean ecosystems thus contributing to their health.

Can you make a small donation to support our research work? Even a few pounds will go a long way to help us continue our vital projects.

How to Donate

Adopt a Dolphin

Every penny we receive through our Adopt a Dolphin scheme goes solely towards the research and protection of the bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay. Our data are also used by the government authorities to help manage this unique habitat to ensure it remains a safe place for this very special group of dolphins for many years to come. By adopting a dolphin for as little as £3.50 a month you are making a choice to become a guardian for the UK bottlenose dolphin. To pick which dolphin you would like to adopt visit our Adopt a Dolphin website.


You donate directly using your PayPal account or most major credit and debit cards. If you have an existing PayPal account, you can donate easily to our PayPal Giving fund and this will save us paying fees on your donation. If you’d rather donate with debit or credit card please use the following link:

Amazon Smile

Did you know that shopping on Amazon can help fund Sea Watch Foundation at no extra cost to you? If you signup at and choose Sea Watch Foundation as your chosen charity then for all elegible orders Amazon will make a small donation on your behalf.

We have also put together an Amazon Wish List so that donations can be made of items such as stationery, batteries, vital textbooks and much more! We are extremely grateful for all donations received as anything donating from the wish-list helps us continue our work and undertake more projects. Find the list here.


Turn your everyday online shopping, with over 4,000 of your favourite retailers, into free donations for Sea Watch Foundation. How? Signup at and choose Sea Watch Foundation as your chosen charity. Always start your online shopping first at, then shop as normal. Once you have completed your shopping the retailer will make a small donation to Sea Watch.

Facebook Fundraiser

A very popular way for supporters to raise funds is through their Birthday Fundraiser but it is possible to set up a fundraiser at any time during the year. Visit our page and select Create Fundraiser.

Donate through your Employer

Payroll Giving is an easy, tax-efficient way to make regular donations from your salary or pension. A donation of £5 per month could cost you as little as £3.90 and you can double it by getting your employer to match it!

Your donation is taken from your salary before tax is deducted.

Information about the scheme can be obtained by speaking to your Employer or from the HM Revenue and Customs: Payroll Giving – Donors

Leave a legacy

Leaving a gift to Sea Watch can have a great impact on our work. Ensuring that these amazing but vulnerable animals will be around for future generations to enjoy.  Our mission is to improve the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in British and Irish waters.  You can help us complete this mission, and make this your lasting gift.

Large or small, your valuable contribution will make a difference. As a small charity, your contribution can make a huge impact! To find out more information about leaving a fit to charity in your Will, find out more at the Government website.

Contact us

Want to organise your own event? Whether it’s a cake stall, running a 10k or completing a completely different challenge we’d love your support! We understand that organising an event can be its own challenge. So we are here to help you along the way, from finding ways to promote your event to sending across some charity tins.

If you would like photos of your fundraising event on this page or would like to find out more information about how to organise your own fundraising event, contact our Sightings Officer, Claudia Afeltra at

To find out more about different ways you can help us with fundraising look at the information below.