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  Besides becoming a Reef Check member, there are many other ways you can help! Join us on Facebook, make an in-kind donation, or put your purchasing power to good use while helping protect and rehabilitate the reefs of the world. The companies listed below donate a portion of their proceeds to Reef Check. Helping has never been easier!  
 
Reef Check Sea Store
Reef Check’s online store has unique products ranging from cool hats and t-shirts to survey materials to field guides that will teach you about reefs.
Yellow Brick Mall
When you link to a store through Yellow Brick Mall and make a purchase, a portion goes to Reef Check. No login is required and your purchase is directly with the online merchant. Amazon, Netflix, Barnes & Noble, Apple Store, Equifax, Office Depot, Hallmark, NBA Store, Nike, Expedia and Macys are some of the many stores available to you.
Donate Snorkeling/Scuba Equipment
Reef Check teams around the world hold activities such as diver training and youth snorkel clinics to get local people of all ages to experience the beauty of reefs first-hand. Many of the participants do not have the basic gear and it is not often economically feasible for coordinators to pay for renting or purchasing equipment. If you are part of a company or organization with access to aquatic sports products, your donation of a few items can make these activities happen. In addition, because these events are held on a regular basis, your gear will receive multiple exposure, thus getting your brand’s name out to people in many parts of the world. Please contact rcinfo@reefcheck.org for more information.
SharkBreak
Enhance your website or social networking page with the amazingly cool widgets created by SharkBreak! Each one of these dynamic widgets will speak of your regard for marine conservation, and by posting them on your site you will be helping to promote Reef Check. There are three backgrounds available and five widget designs which include a shark, a dolphin, a killer whale, a puffer fish, and a clown fish.
Buy and Sell on eBay for Reef Check!

Reef Check is part of the eBay Giving Works program. So, you can support our mission when you buy and sell on eBay. Here’s how:

Buy
You can find whatever you're looking for on eBay – from baseball cards to new cars and more. When you do, shop for items that benefit us. You can get a great deal and support reef conservation at the same time!

Shop now to support Reef Check

Sell
You can also support Reef Check when you sell on eBay. Just designate our organization to receive 10- 100% of your final sale price the next time you list something great. Did you know that charity listings often get more bids and higher prices than regular eBay listings? Boost your sales and support our critical work while you’re at it! Plus eBay gives back to you too, with a fee credit on your basic selling fees.

Sell now to support Reef Check

Donate an Auction Item
Each year, Reef Check organizes its “Reef Rescue Gala” fundraising event. Attendees have included Kelly Slater, Daryl Hannah, Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey, Kelly Hu, Greg MacGillivray, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Jean-Michel Cousteau. Silent and live auctions are held during the evening to raise funds, and an online auction is held before the event. This is a great opportunity to showcase your products while helping to save reefs! Click to download our donation form.
Donate Office Equipment/Supplies
Less money spent on office materials translates into more money to work on preserving underwater resources. Your donation of items such as computer equipment, printer paper, printer ink, notebooks, paper towels, and bathroom supplies can help us to significantly reduce our supply expenses. Please contact rcinfo@reefcheck.org for more information.
Donate Air Miles
Reef Check scientists travel to locations around the globe to train volunteers, lead underwater surveys and attend meetings related to coral reef conservation. The airfare can be expensive enough to prevent a training from happening. With your donated air miles, you can bring a Reef Check scientist to a reef location where he or she will work to train other people in monitoring and protecting reefs. Please contact rcinfo@reefcheck.org for more information.