Support Us

The Seahorse Trust is a charitable trust and is reliant on donations and offers to help to do its work. We are very grateful for any help or donations we receive.

 

Adopt a Seahorse

is another exciting way to be more involved with the Seahorse Trust. Click here or on the picture below to find out more about adopting a Seahorse and doing your part for the conservation of this amazing sea creature.

Membership

Why not become a member of The Seahorse Trust? More information here.

Donations

The Seahorse Trust is totally reliant on the kindness of others to fund and support our work, we do not get government money, without your support we cannot do so much to protect and conserve seahorses and the marine environment. Please dig deep and use one of our methods of funding to make your donation; the easiest is through PayPal (there is a button on every page of the site) or why not set up a monthly standing order, just a few pounds will make all the difference to us. Or why not adopt a Seahorse or become a member, click on the button and find out more. Without you we cannot do the work we do, so please support our work by digging deep, Thank you from all of us, especially the seahorses here at The Seahorse Trust.

Donations can be made directly to:

The Seahorse Trust
Account No. 04331586  [PLEASE MAKE SURE THE BANKERS ORDER HAS A '0' IN FRONT OF THE ACCOUNT NUMBER FOR OUR BANK ACCOUNT]

Sort code 30-93-14


Donation Form Lloyds TSB bank
234 High Street
Exeter EX4 3NL
Devon, UK

 

Gift Aid

Alternatley you may wish to Gift Aid to The Seahorse Trust.

This can be done using either of the Donation buttons that can be found on every page of the Seahorse Trust website. For every £1 you give, the government will add 25p from your taxes. For more information about Gift Aids and an application from please contact is at the address above.

 

Please help support The Seahorse Trust

Click on the image below and watch our appeak, ploease help us to help them, without you we cannot make a difference, a massive difference to Seahorses and the natural world