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Your generous support will help prevent future extinctions in Galapagos and protect some of the Islands’ most iconic wildlife, from majestic giant tortoises and sea turtles to Darwin's finches.
Galapagos offers the rare opportunity for visitors to become immersed in and feel changed by nature. Tourism also can help improve the lives and economies of the people who call the Islands home. Our partners at Celebrity Cruises have found many ways to help protect, sustain, and celebrate this extraordinary place. The Celebrity Cruises Galapagos Fund is an important way to ensure that Galapagos and its unparalleled wildlife and landscapes remain wild.
Celebrity’s guests in Galapagos are encouraged to join our efforts to promote a healthy future for all of Island’s inhabitants — the people and the amazing wildlife. We seek out local initiatives that ensure people have what they need to live well without jeopardizing future livelihoods or putting at risk the integrity of an irreplaceable Galapagos.
With small investments of up to $20,000, the Celebrity Cruises Galapagos Fund supports local projects such as organic farming, responsible pet ownership, and ground-breaking education initiatives. We are proud of the positive impact resulting from the more than $1,200,000 raised to date, and that many past guests choose to continue to care for Galapagos as members of Galapagos Conservancy for years to come. For more information about how the Fund changes lives, please read the Fund’s newsletter, Natural Connections.
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The Celebrity Cruises Galapagos Fund has made timely investments in over 50 community initiatives that link the security of the local economy with the protection of the Islands. Across the Archipelago, the Fund has helped to:
03.13.20 UPDATE: As of Monday, 3/16/20, the Environmental Ministry of Ecuador has restricted... More >
02.24.20 February 24, 2020 President of Galapagos Conservancy, Johannah Barry, is announcing... More >
02.01.20 January 31, 2020 A team that traveled to Wolf Volcano for a 10-day expedition... More >
By Lindsay Renick Mayer of Global Wildlife Conservation In February of 2019,... More >
By Diego Andino Robalino, Biologist and Naturalist Guide with the Galapagos... More >
By Wacho Tapia, Director of the Giant Tortoise Restoration Initiative. Leer... More >