Jugendverband der Deutschen Lebens-Rettungs-Gesellschaft e.V. (DLRG)
SEA LIFE is looking forward to the first cooperation with the DLRG youth and to many exciting projects in 2018. Besides the mission statement "Save lives" the DLRG is committed to environmental work and nature conservation. Thus DLRG and SEA LIFE join forces to communicate the importance of environmental protection and to show the importance of regional waters.
Antarctic Research Trust
The Antarctic Research Trust (ART), founded in 1997, is a registered foundation based in the Falkland Islands (since 1999), Switzerland (since 2002) and the USA (since 2004) and is involved in research and nature conservation in Antarctica. A current project is the study of the migratory behaviour of Fiordland penguins (Tawaki) in New Zealand, which was started in 2018 using GLS loggers and satellite telemetry - to establish and expand protected areas. SEA LIFE is pleased to work with such a committed partner.
Naturschutzbund Deutschland e.V. (NABU)
For over 100 years, NABU has been committed to the protection of species and nature in Germany. Together with SEA LIFE, projects such as the Swamp Turtle Conservation Project for the protection of the European pond turtle, a species of turtle native to Germany, were realized. It is on the Red List of endangered species. NABU and SEA LIFE are working together for the reintroduction of this species - with success. We are looking forward to many more exciting projects with a strong partner at our side.
SEA LIFE Trust
The registered environmental protection organization (no. 1149058) is committed to the protection of the maritime habitat and the environment. SEA LIFE is proud to support and develop projects with our partner organization, the SEA LIFE Trust, that protect the underwater world and its inhabitants.
Through the SEA LIFE Aquariums, the SEA LIFE Trust reaches many people with its core objectives: establishing marine protected areas, ensuring sustainable fishing, reducing pollution through waste and improving the protection of sharks, seahorses, turtles and marine mammals.
Last year alone, more than 300,000 British pounds were collected worldwide to support projects of the organization and partner organizations. In this way sharks, rays, turtles, dolphins, seahorses, otters, penguins and many other animals could be protected.
Merlin's Magic Wand
Living and working with seriously ill, handicapped or disadvantaged children is an indispensable part of our community and we would like to support families and institutions.
SEA LIFE invites sick or disadvantaged children and children living with a disability to take a trip into our underwater world! With caretakers or their whole family they can get to know the variety of marine life and get very close to the world under the water surface. We can even contribute to the travel costs to our attraction to make a magical trip for the children and their families or institutions.
To this end, we work together with our charity Merlin's Magic Wand, which collects donations for needy children in all 121 Merlin attractions in 24 countries worldwide.