What You Can Do.

Take a step at stopping the worldwide extinction of turtles today!

There are so many ways that you can help.

Donation.

Donation via PayPal …

Donation by bank transfer to our donation account …

Account-Name: Turtle Island

BANK AUSTRIA
Bank Code 12000, Account-Number 10007410201

IBAN: AT24 1200 0100 0741 0201
BIC: BKAUATWW

Donation via Amazon-Wishlist …

We are extremely appreciative of any donations, but you can also help our turtles with much-needed items from our Amazon Wish List:

More Possibilities.

Matching Gift …

Your company may have an Employer Matching Gift program whereby you can double or even triple your support of Turtle Island’s conservation efforts. We will gladly complete any necessary paperwork.

Estate and financial planning …

Bequest and Planned Giving-A gift to Turtle Island through your estate and financial planning is a great way to help ensure our worldwide conservation efforts continue well into the future. For questions about bequests or information on other options to include Turtle Island in your estate and financial planning, please contact Shannon DiRuzzo at office@turtle-island.at.

Volunteer …

There are so many ways to give and we can use your help. Here is just a short list of how you can make a difference. Please contact us with ideas of how your special talent can help make a difference in turtle’s lives.

  1. Web design
  2. Social Media management
  3. Grant and permit writing
  4. Marketing
  5. Direct concept planning for Turtle Island
  6. Fundraising:
    • Conduct your own fund-raising event for Turtle Island. It doesn’t have to be difficult or even involve too much preparation or planning. We greatly appreciate any time and effort and no donation is too small.
    • Donate your Birthday. Ask for donations instead of presents to help turtles be saved from extinction.

THE BIG PICTURE!

What Turtle Island needs to accomplish our mission of saving endangered turtles:

  1. Land
  2. Building

THANK YOU for supporting our mission of saving the worlds most endangered turtle species from extinction!