You may be a company, organization, or a group of enthusiasts who wants to make a difference in our marine environment. Investing in Tubbataha Reef’s future through this partnership program is the best way to start. Make Tubbataha Reefs a beneficiary of your fundraising event, or feature us in your company products – the options are unlimited.

Let the Tubbataha Management Office know your plans by filling up this form. Start making waves of change now!

Meet our Partners

Several organizations and groups have created ripples of change in the marine environment. Learn more about them and what they have contributed for the Tubbataha Reefs.

Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc., (PSFI) has supported the conservation of Tubbataha for many years.  In 2007, PSFI ­– with technical support from Shell International and UNESCO World Heritage Center – assisted the Tubbataha Management Office (TMO) in developing its Business Plan. In 2011, it funded.>>

In 2011, GIZ, a German funding agency, donated a PhP650,000 for a project called Strengthening Reef Resilience through Effective Enforcement in Tubbataha. The project has helped the management improve the regulatory mechanism of Tubbataha Reefs and upgrade communications equipment in the field. It funded the purchase and installation of computerised data communication for the ranger station, which allows the rangers to convey written messages to TMO.

Oris, a luxury Swiss-watchmaker, featured Tubbataha Reefs in its timepieces released in 2012. Tubbataha Reefs is the third in its limited edition mechanical dive watch next to the Great Barrier Reef in 2010 and Maldives in 2011. A P1.4 million donation is expected to be generated from the sale of the 2,000 pieces limited edition Tubbataha watch produced in this project. >>

The Global Mala Project is a worldwide annual event that brings the global yoga community together promoting awareness on pressing social issues. Tubbataha Reefs has been a beneficiary of the fund raising event since 2009. Donations have contributed to the environmental awareness program and to the conduct the annual seabird monitoring activity. >>

In collaboration with the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines, Johnson & Johnson Philippines donated P90,000 to Tubbataha in 2012. The fund was used to cover part of the cost of the 2012 Seabird Census and Monitoring.