Become a Corporate Partner


We’d love to talk about how we could work together with you and your company. From joint initiatives, charity of the year partnerships, sponsorship or staff engagement opportunities, there are loads of ways we can work together to support SEA LIFE Trust marine conservation projects. 


  • Helping to protect the world’s oceans by supporting or taking part in our projects and campaigns to reduce the detrimental impact of plastic waste and pollution on our marine environments and wildlife


  • Supporting the care and rehabilitation of injured seal pups at the Seal Hospital in our Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek


  • Helping us to look after two beautiful beluga whales at the world’s first open water Beluga Whale Sanctuary


Please contact us at to set up a meeting or a call to discuss partnership opportunities - we’d be delighted to hear from you.

Partnership Case Study

Maru Swimwear, a British performance swimwear brand, has partnered with the SEA LIFE Trust for a second year in a bid to tackle ocean plastic.

MARU is very generously donating 100% of profits from the sales of their new Ecotech swimwear range, Sea Life Trust, to the SEA LIFE Trust to help fund our global plastic reduction projects and campaigns.

Each swimsuit in the Sea Life Trust range is being manufactured out of ECONYL®, a fibre made of 100% regenerated nylon fibre from pre and post-consumer waste, including ghost fishing nets, nylon scraps and carpet fluff found in our oceans. Why not take a look at the new range here

A Continuing Partnership for 2021

Back in 2020, we partnered with Swedish outdoor clothing brand Tretorn. We're thrilled that this partnership is continuing into 2021!

Tretorn created the Ocean Net Range in 2020, made out of recycled fishing nets and ocean plastic to complement their existing Eco Essentials initiative and very generously donating 10% of the retail price of their SEA LIFE Trust Ocean Net range, comprising sneakers, rucksacks, men's and women's parkas to our charity to help fund our global ocean plastic reduction projects and campaigns.

Watch this space for news further news of this year's joint campaign!