There are so many different ways in which you can get involved with our work and make a positive difference to your seas, beaches and marine wildlife. Check out the options below!
Support our campaigns
Find out more about our current campaigns and how you can help us work for better protection for our oceans, wildlife and beaches.
Become a Sea Champion
‘Sea Champions’ is our
national volunteer programme
offering environmental volunteer opportunities in the UK.
We have lots of opportunities for volunteers to actively contribute to our work.
Fundraise for us
You’re in the right place to take up a challenge, help save our oceans,
and have lots of fun at the same time as raising money to support our work.
Become a company supporter
There are many different ways for companies to support our projects
If you’d like to try to reduce your impact on our oceans we have some tips, suggestions and information to help you
avoid single-use plastics, buy fish from sustainable sources or reduce the risk of contributing to pollution.
More information and campaigns to get behind…
Careers in marine biology
If you are interested in a career in marine biology we hope you will find this page helpful and informative.Find out more
Join the Plastic Challenge
Take on the Plastic Challenge and join the growing community of people saying goodbye to single-use plastic in June.Find out more
Choose MCS with your M&S Sparks card!
The Sparks scheme gives M&S customers offers and benefits every time they shop and supports our work.Find out more
Leave a legacy
Leaving a gift in your Will to MCS will help us continue our vital work securing a brighter future for marine wildlife and their habitats.
Did you know?…
MCS is a leading partner and volunteer trainer in the largest experimental marine citizen science project ever undertaken in the UK: Capturing our Coast
Every year, volunteers give us over 1,000 days of their time
MCS launched its Beachwatch programme in 1994
Become a Sea Champion
Find out more about our ‘Sea Champion’ volunteers and how to join themLearn more
Help protect 40% of English seas
Let the government know they must protect our ocean and marine wildlife before it’s too late.