Taking whales and dolphins from the wild and keeping them in captivity is deplorable. They are highly intelligent. They live in complex societies. They are separated from their families and confined for human ‘entertainment’. Currently, around 3,500 whales and dolphins are held captive. With tourism locked down, already unacceptable conditions could worsen.
However uncertain the future looks, we will continue to work tirelessly to end the demand for whale and dolphin shows and will continue to campaign hard. But we need your support.
Can you help us today? A gift from you would mean the world to us right now.
- £100 can help us work together with like-minded organisations to find solutions to the immense challenges that lie ahead.
- £50 can help us investigate and expose the brutal capture and sale of whales and dolphins from the wild.
- £25 can help us share our expertise in establishing sanctuaries to enable more captive whales and dolphins to be moved to natural settings, or back to the wild, if possible
- £10 can help us investigate conditions in captive facilities and make a case to governments that they should phase out this practice
We will feedback on our progress, but we can only continue our work with the help of supporters like you. If you can, every single gift, small or large will really help.
If you give £30 or more, as a thank you, we will send you our award-winning magazine, Whale & Dolphin four times a year.