Coral Sponsorship

Contribute to Coral Conservation

Our coral reefs are facing unprecedented declines from global and local threats. In the face of this we need to support their recovery through conservation and restoration action globally. 

WiseOceans deliver coral reef restoration projects of innovative design, which are bespoke to the local environmental and stakeholder needs. Based on sound scientific foundations, our projects assist the natural recovery of a reef and help to maintain coral diversity and natural resilience. 

We have numerous projects where we aim to restore degraded areas of reef using the coral gardening technique and to inspire a sense of stewardship in local and international communities by connecting people to coral, and the threats that our reefs face. Help us to protect the future of the planet’s coral reefs today by adopting a coral or sponsoring a patch of reef! 

Reef Restoration

Our Projects

We have several projects currently located across Seychelles and French Polynesia. These aim to restore degraded areas of reef, to boost biodiversity and to inspire a sense of stewardship in local and international communities by connecting people to coral, and the threats that our reefs face. Learn more about some of our projects below

Petite Anse

Launched in March 2015 in conjunction with Four Seasons Resort Seychelles and the Seychelles Ministry of Agriculture, Climate Change and Environment, this project aims to restore 10,000 sqm of degraded limestone reef in Petite Anse, a small bay in South-West Mahé, Seychelles.

Bora Bora Lagoon

In conjunction with Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, this project launched in 2021. It aims to restore and enhance 5,000 sqm of internal coral lagoon using the coral gardening technique and innovative reef structures to increase biodiversity in this important reef location.

Ste Anne Marine Park

n partnership with Club Med Resort Seychelles and the Seychelles Parks and Gardens Authority this project was launched in 2022 and is situated within the first marine protected area in Seychelles. It aims to restore 5,000sqm of coral reef across three sites and increasing coral by 20%.

Adopt a Coral

Adopt a single coral and help restore coral reefs. Your fragment will grow in one of our nurseries before being out-planted. This will help to contribute to the future of the coral reef globally, as well as the future of communities who rely on them, and our oceans’ overall health. You will receive a certificate (via email) which can be personalised as a gift if you wish

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Sponsor the Reef

Enhance your contribution by sponsoring an entire patch of reefs! Your patch will contain newly out-planted corals, grown originally in one of our nurseries and will help restore the area at a quicker pace. You will receive a certificate (via email) can be personalised as a gift if you wish.

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