The Seahorse Trust is a charitable organisation which is reliant on donations and offers to help us do our work. We are grateful for the generous help and donations that we receive.
Is another exciting way to be more involved with the Seahorse Trust. Click on our page to find out more about adopting a Seahorse and doing your part for the conservation of this amazing sea creature.
Why not become a member of The Seahorse Trust? More information click the button below
By supporting the seahorse trust you are helping the vulnerable species , you can make a real difference – and there are many ways to give.
ALTERNATIVELY YOU MAY WISH TO GIFT AID THE SEAHORSE TRUST
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 PayPay. You could 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. 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,
Lloyds TSB bank,
234 High Street,
Exeter EX4 3NL Devon, UK
We’ve also attached a Gift aid declaration for The Seahorse Trust you can print out and send to our address.
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PLEASE HELP TO SUPPORT THE SEAHORSE TRUST
We have created an informative video, please ensure you give it a watch to find out more about The Seahorse Trust and the work we are doing. The video highlights some of the dangers that the species is currently facing and what we can do to help. However we need you… with your help we can make a difference, a massive difference to seahorse and the natural world.