The Sea of Change Foundation funds conservation and research initiatives that directly impact the natural world we all love to enjoy and explore. Our mission is to create positive change.
The foundation is a nonprofit, 501c3.
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A Message from Guy Harvey
“Build a Better Box” Challenge
In partnership with the Science Exchange, the Sea of Change Foundation is supporting an international, student design contest to build a better nest box for sea turtle nesting beaches; ones made from affordable and sustainable materials, instead of Styrofoam. *Turtles handled under research permit
Reef Rescue & Rapid Response Program
After Hurricane Dorian, the Foundation helped fund the maintenance and recovery of two coral nurseries on the southern shore of Grand Bahama Island.
Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Tagging Project
With the TAG-A-Giant Fund, the Foundation is supporting the deployment of three satellite tags to track and study the movements of endangered bluefin tuna in the Gulf of St. Laurence, Nova Scotia.
NYC Humpback Whale Catalog, Citizen Science & Public Awareness Project, 2018
This one-year grant supported the expansion of a fluke ID database to help identify individual whales migrating between the coast of New York and the calving grounds of the Silver Banks off of the Dominican Republic MORE>
Cayman Coral Nursery Project
Sea of Change is extremely excited to have donated the funds, materials, training and resources to Cayman Islands companies who were issued permits by the Cayman Islands Department of Environment to begin coral nurseries MORE>
The Northern Reef Project Palau
The Northern Reef Project is home to some of Palau’s most productive fishing grounds and encompasses a total of 3,930 Km2 of territorial waters pertaining to the states of Kayangel and Ngarchelong. MORE>
News & Press Releases
Shark Week 2022– How Should We Think About Sharks?
It’s that time of year again when Shark Week commercials promoting documentaries and shows on Discovery Channel and National Geographic . . . MORE>