“Adopt a dolphin” in 2014

This year, we relaunched the “Adopt a dolphin” campaign. Those who were adoptive parents for a year, can continue to support our efforts in monitoring and foto-identification of the dolphins and those who weren’t, have a new chance to save these beautiful marine mammals.

NGO Mare Nostrum offers the possibility for those who love dolphins, to make donations in the form of symbolic adoption of a dolphin, and the funds that are collected will be directed towards the saving the cetaceans from The Black Sea.

The photo-identified dolphins were placed in a catalog, receiving from the adoptive parents, names such as:  Dolfi, Asi, Smiley, Hope, Coral or Ciuci.

Also, the funds have contributed to increase the number of rapid interventions, which reached almost 50 in 2013.

To adopt a dolphin, you can send us an e-mail with the subject “I want to adopt a dolphin” at this address: office@marenostrum.ro.

After this, you will receive an e-mail from us with all the required information in order to donate. Also, in the shortest time you will receive a form, which will provide us with the necessary information for the adoption pack to be issued, which will include the adoption certificate.

For individuals the donation is 100 lei ( $31 or €23)  for a year or you can donate 500 lei ( $153 or €112) for life.

For companies the donation is 500 lei ( $153 or €112) for a year or you can donate 5.000 lei ( $1530 or €1120) for life.

You can send the money via bank transfer: ING Bank: RO61INGB0000999902351287, Recipient: NGO Mare Nostrum, Fiscal code: 7015190, Address: Bd.1 Decembrie, Nr.3, Bl. F17, Sc. A, Ap. 3, City: Constanta, Country: Romania, specifications: Campaign donation “Adopt a dolphin”.

According to your adoption choice, you will receive from us a Certificate of Adoption – by e-mail or by post.

The donation funds will be used for the monitoring and conservation of the three species of dolphins from The Black Sea: Common Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin and Porpoise.

Thanks to those who support us in our efforts to protect and rescue the Black Sea dolphins.



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