There are many great ways to get involved in the work we do. If you are passionate about our planet’s oceans, we want to hear from you. And if you can afford it, please consider making a donation to support our efforts.


Conservation action for marine wildlife requires your support. Become a marine wildlife champion by donating to MarAlliance.

Your donation will be tax-deductible thanks to our alliance with our fiscal sponsor, the Wildlife Conservation Network, also a US registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. 100% of your donations will support MarAlliance’s work to save large marine wildlife.

Thank you for becoming an ally!


If you would rather give something concrete, that’s possible! Please visit our Amazon wish list to find out how you can help us directly (with one of the items listed below). Thanks for your contribution!

  • For our research, monitoring and data work we regularly need to renew our technical equipment, often battered by the salinity of the areas we work in.
  • Buoys and snorkeling gear are used to ensure the kids joining our Niños del MAR program can safely enjoy their trip at sea.
  • Pelican cases, boxes and camping equipment are essential for our field work.



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Want to join MarAlliance’s dynamic team of conservation scientists, fishers, and educators? Please look at our careers postings on Idealist.

Volunteers / Internships

MarAlliance offers a variety of volunteer and internship opportunities. We welcome people from varying backgrounds and levels of professional experience to join us for long-term volunteer opportunities. Please contact us at

We look forward to hearing from you and adding your skillset in our effort to study and conserve large marine wildlife.