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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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Lasting Legacies: Orca Action Month 2023

By Colleen Weiler | 06/01/2023

Each June we celebrate Orca Month and the unique community of Southern Resident orcas, and this June is extra special.  2023 is also the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act (ESA), a landmark law that protects vulnerable species and the places they call home. The ESA means a lot for the Southern Residents.  The law is written…

Seal Rescued in Marshfield Released Back Into The Wild

By Michelle Collins | 05/31/2023

For Immediate Release, May 31, 2023 PLYMOUTH, MA – A young male grey seal that was rescued from Old Rexhame Beach in Marshfield in April was released back into Cape Cod Bay on the evening of Tuesday, May 23rd.   After being rescued on April 3rd by Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s (WDC) Marine Animal Rescue and…

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Whale AID 2023: A Night of Music and Hope for North Atlantic Right Whales

By Regina Asmutis-silvia | 05/22/2023

The inaugural Whale AID concert to support Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s (WDC’s) work to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales rocked the house – literally. The brainchild of Hayden Arnot, founder of Nantucket Crisps, the concert brought together the unparalleled talent of world class musicians and artists, along with the more than 900 fans…

Norway ups whale kill numbers and removes whale welfare protections

By Danny Groves | 05/04/2023

The whaling season in Norway has begun on the back of disturbing announcements from the country’s government stating the number of whales that can be killed (quota) will increase, while measures in place to protect whale welfare will be removed. The number of whales that the government will allow whalers to kill will go up…

Southern Resident orca petition to list them under Oregon Endangered Species Act advanced

By Colleen Weiler | 04/24/2023

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted today to advance a petition seeking to protect southern resident orcas under the state Endangered Species Act (ESA). The petition was brought by the Center for Biological Diversity, Defenders of Wildlife and Whale and Dolphin Conservation. In the coming months the commission will conduct a public rulemaking process…

WDC and Conservation Partners Continue to Seek Oregon Endangered Species Protection for Southern Resident Orcas

By Colleen Weiler | 04/17/2023

On Friday, April 21st, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will determine whether the petition submitted earlier this year by WDC and our conservation partners Defenders of Wildlife and the Center for Biological Diversity to list the Southern Resident orcas under the Oregon Endangered Species Act presents enough information to move forward with the listing. …

WDC conducts milestone seal rescue in Marshfield

By Michelle Collins | 04/10/2023

For Immediate Release, April 10, 2023 MARSHFIELD, MA – A young grey seal was found resting on Old Rexhame Beach in Marshfield on Monday, April 3rd.  The seal was reported to Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s Marine Animal Rescue and Response (MARR) hotline by Marshfield’s Animal Control Officer just after 9 AM. They reported that the…

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Ambitious plan to free captive orca Lolita announced

By Danny Groves | 03/31/2023

The new owner of the Miami Seaquarium in the US has announced that it is exploring plans to release captive orca Tokitae, also known as Lolita, back into a sea sanctuary in her home waters of the Pacific Northwest. Tokitae has been held captive in a tank for over 50 years and kept alone for…

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Introducing the Whale and Dolphin Conservation official collectible card by Prince Hussain Aga Khan and philropy

By jasmine | 03/31/2023

Introducing the Whale and Dolphin Conservation official collectible card by Prince Hussain Aga Khan and philropy

Meet the 2023 Interns: Thomas Zoutis

By Monica Pepe | 03/24/2023

I’m happy to introduce WDC’s first Marine Mammal Conservation Intern of the year, Thomas Zoutis! Thomas will be supporting three of WDC’s primary programs: boater outreach, Marine Animal Rescue and Response, and education. Thomas hit the ground running and has already started brainstorming ways to contribute their incredibly varied skillset to enhance our programs. We’re…