Become an MCS supporter and make a difference to our seas
As a charity MCS receives no Government funding and relies on the help of members and supporters. Together we can ensure a healthier future for our seas. Fundraise for us, become a corporate supporter, join us as a member, leave a give in your will, adopt-a-turtle or just donate when you can - there's so much you can do to help.
Take another look at our logo. We want a world where people and wildlife live in harmony. From Brighton to Birmingham, Abergavenny to Aberdeen, everyone has an impact on our seas through the choices they make every day. So make it a positive impact and start supporting MCS today.
For every £1 you donate, 80p goes straight towards our groundbreaking conservation programmes. That means more of the money you donate goes directly towards making a difference to the future health of our seas.
Every year the fantastic energy and commitment of supporters like you helps to raise nearly £2 million to protect our seas, shores and wildlife. Last year, 735,585 people like you took part in our projects and campaigns to save our seas. This growing community of supporters gives us hope for the future.
Whether you want to join our community of supporters as an individual, a company or group of friends, you can play your part. Please look though our website to find out more about how you can get involved or get in touch with us today.
Latest news for Support MCS
posted - 2014-04-16
SmarterCalls is a new conference calling service created to give users an easy way to make a difference in the world. Every time someone uses our conference calling service they'll be donating money to MCS. Click through to find out more.
posted - 2014-04-09
posted - 2014-04-02
posted - 2014-03-27
Each month this year, we’re going to let you know about one company who you might not realise supports MCS, or may not be aware of the amazing things they get up to in aid of our seas. This month: Triodos Bank.
posted - 2014-04-11
Our latest Beachwatch report reveals the highest number of litter items per kilometre surveyed in the project's 20 year history. Welsh and North West beaches are worst, whilst Scotland and the South West are below the national average.
posted - 2014-03-13
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