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Charity Partnerships

Why work with WDC?

Through a partnership with WDC, you can create a real change across our world’s oceans, through our many areas of work.

You will also add new dimensions to your brand image, become recognized for your CSR work, and engage and motivate your staff members with a range of events and opportunities to work together for a great cause.

Whether you want to help us stop whales and dolphins from accidental entanglement in fishing gear, end the keeping whales and dolphins in captivity for human ‘entertainment’, or stop whaling, get in touch with WDC to see how we can work together to create a rewarding, mutually beneficial partnership.

How we can support each other



Talk with us about a collaboration between your company and WDC. We've worked with breweries, beverage distributors, clothing and  hospitality companies, and many more.


Adopt with us!

Adopt a whale through our Corporate Whale Adoption program and enable your company to give back to the environment by supporting threatened humpbacks or orcas populations.


Team fundraising and Matching Gifts

Run a 10k, host an office fundraising event or outdoor clean-up - get involved in supporting WDC with your colleagues!

Our Partners

Our partners support our vision of a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free. A huge thank you to all of you.

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Success Stories

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Short stories – first time seeing whales and dolphins in the wild

By Caroline Mowdy | 12/01/2023

First time seeing whales and dolphins in the wild Bri and humpback whales The White Sharks and Whales Expedition with WDC and the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy was an important day for our Education Specialist, Briannah Baptiste who had this to say about her first-ever whale watching experience: “I went into it with no real…

Birth announcement! First right whale calf of the 2024 calving season spotted

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/29/2023

November 29, 2023 – On November 28th, researchers from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute spotted Juno and her new little baby off South Carolina. Juno, named for the Roman goddess, is 38 years old and this is her 8th known calf. While most birth announcements include a gender reveal, the announcement of a new…

An incredible first time whale watch in the Azores

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/22/2023

An incredible first time whale watch in the Azores © Gretchen Gretchen D’s story Off to the Azores islands I grew up in Acton MA, spent every summer of my life (except one) on Cape Cod, loved dolphins and whales since I was a young girl, and yet had never gone on a whale watch…

Gray whales from drone.

We’re taking steps to uncover the mysteries of whales

By Vicki James | 11/21/2023

Vicki James Vicki is WDC’s protected areas coordinator, she helps to create safe ocean spaces for whales and dolphins to swim freely. Vicki also leads our Green Whale science work to identify and fill gaps in our whale and dolphin knowledge. VIEW ALL VICKI’S BLOGS Whales are more than just remarkable beings – they are…

Two New England-based nonprofits awarded nearly $400k federal grant

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/20/2023

© Peter Flood November 20, 2023 – Contact: Jake O’Neill, Conservation Law Foundation, (617) 850-1709, [email protected] Regina Asmutis-Silvia, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, (508) 451-3853, [email protected] Whale and Dolphin Conservation and Conservation Law Foundation secure federal grant to improve on-demand fishing gear Massachusetts-based conservation organizations, Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) and Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) are…

A first time whale watch that led to many more

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/15/2023

A first time whale watch that led to many more © Susan, a very foggy whale watch in 1979 Susan Montgrain’s story A life-changing postcard I grew up in Rhode Island, not too far from Cape Cod Massachusetts. I didn’t really know anything about whales until one day, when I was about 15, I went…

A chilly first time whale watch experience in Alaska

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/09/2023

A chilly first time whale watch experience in Alaska Erika Mabry’s story Journey to Auke Bay It was a cold, windy day in Alaska and the day I had been waiting for was finally here. I was about to experience the one adventure I requested on my latest trip with my grandparents, whale watching on…

Meet our new Commonwealth Corp team members

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/06/2023

Meet our new Commonwealth Corp team members About Commonwealth Corp Commonwealth Corps works with partner organizations focusing on providing workforce development, health & nutrition, education, youth development, & veteran support. Their mission is to strengthen communities by engaging people through volunteerism. Volunteers serve 10 months in full or half time positions and are sourced from…

Humpback breaching

An unexpected first whale watch

By Caroline Mowdy | 11/01/2023

An unexpected first wild whale watch My first wild whale sighting was in Maui, Hawaii, but before diving into my experience, I want to acknowledge the tragic Maui wildfires that occurred earlier this year. Our hearts go out to the families affected by these devasting events. The effects of climate change come in many forms.…

North Atlantic right whale population has stabilized

By Caroline Mowdy | 10/26/2023

WDC attends Ropeless Consortium and North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium WDC was in Canada this week for the Ropeless and North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium meetings where researchers, fishermen, gear manufacturers, and policy makers gathered to discuss the progress of on-demand fishing and updates on the distribution and health of critically endangered North Atlantic right…