Who We Are

Who we are

Switzerland for the Oceans is a non-profit organisation operating out of Switzerland, dedicated to fundraising for initiatives combating over-extraction and pollution of our oceans and promoting ocean vitality.

Our goal is to support organizations and individuals who are making a difference by continuously seeking and implementing solutions to the many problems and threats our oceans are facing today.

Our ambition is to raise a maximum of funds for tangible projects through our 100% volunteer based work. We create further leverage by bringing together diverse stakeholders, continuously looking for synergies and fresh ideas to contribute to ocean vitality.

Our Team of volunteers

Robert
Howard Brundrett

Interested in making a difference yourself – then join the team! For more info, send us an email or you can also find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Our Organisation

Switzerland for the Oceans | Suisse pour les océans | Svizzera per gli oceani | La Svizra an afvuur digls ozeans

Switzerland for the Oceans  is an Association (“Verein”) in accordance with the Swiss Civil Code ("Schweizerisches Zivilgesetzbuch"), part II, chapter II (link to the official legal text in German language and the unofficial English translation).

Our commitee members ("Vorstandsmitglieder") are:

Charles Barber (Chairman)

Claudia Heck

Carolin Jauss

Abina Kealy

Timothy Mueller

Our supporters

At Switzerland for the Oceans, we can count on growing network of partners and sponsors. We particularly want to thank the following organizations:

Booster Transformative Fitness has become a supporter of Switzerland for the Oceans in 2018.

PartnerRe

PartnerRe, who have been supporting us via their Swiss Charity Committee.

British Swiss Chamber of Commerce who selected us as their Charity of the Year 2017.

If you want to join our network and engage as a corporate sponsor for an upcoming event, or support us in any other way, please contact us by email.

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