CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
2017-2021 CSR partners
We are happy to partner with environmentally conscious organisations and businesses. While we accept donations with thanks, it is often mutually preferred if the CSR partnership works on a thematic level and provides some sort of educational outreach too. Examples of such partnerships can be see below. If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact us at [email protected].
Notable Examples of CSR partnerships 2017-2020
is a subsidiary brand of Swiss watchmaker Montrichard. Wishing to partner on environmental effort in the Philippines, they created an exclusive limited edition divewatch to support our work. See press release.
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
partnered with Marine Conservation Philippines under their #CaringCup program. An online postcard competition was created with the winning entries forming a set of themed postcards of ocean art that were sold in CB&TL stores across the nation. Proceeds were donated to MCP. See press release.
Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum
is both an aquarium/zoo and a natural history museum. A special exhibition called “Black Ocean” in which cephalopod photos of the Japanese photographer Jinggong Zhang were on display were auctioned off, with the proceed donated to Marine Conservation Philippines.
Adalantic is a group of digital philanthropists who support marine conservation efforts by creating and selling marine themed NFT art. The NFTs are minted on the Cardano Blockchain, which doesn’t require mining and therefore consumes significantly less energy compared to other blockchains. Their Dolphin Series in support of Marine Conservation Philippines created pieces of art using a random algorithm pulling rarities based on real world dolphin population sizes.
Marine Conservation Philippines (MCP) a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to preserving and protecting coastal resources in the Philippines through education, volunteerism and research. We engage local communities and policy makers and work to ensure solutions that will benefit both man and nature in the long run.
Origin and Legitimacy
Marine Conservation Philippines is registered with the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission as a non-stock, non-profit organization, under reg. no. CN201506332 and is audited by an external certified public accountant. Marine Conservation Philippines is formally registered under the nomen “Marine Habitat Preservation of the Philippines inc.”