Great things are possible when the community comes together!
Since closing to the public on March 17 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the not-for-profit Vancouver Aquarium has lost millions in ticket revenue that would normally support animal care, facilities and ocean conservation programs. Sadly, the long-term future of the Vancouver Aquarium is at risk.
But thanks to the generosity and creativity of many community partners, there are so many ways to support the Vancouver Aquarium in our time of need.
Check out the full list of amazing community fundraisers in support of Vancouver Aquarium and peruse this week’s highlights below:
Pacific Poke Hand Sanitizer – 100% of proceeds go to Vancouver Aquarium
In support of the Vancouver Aquarium, Pacific Poke – purveyor of some of Vancouver’s freshest and tastiest poke bowls – is selling 60 ml hand sanitizer bottles ($4), with 100% of proceeds going to the Vancouver Aquarium. Stop by one of Pacific Poke’s Vancouver stores to get some delicious take out, and your hand sanitizer today. Details.
Stanley Park Brewing supports Vancouver Aquarium through sales of At Ease Hazy IPA
Stanley Park Brewing is committed to supporting its partners in the park with a donation of partial proceeds from every At Ease Hazy IPA sold. Everything you love about Stanley Park Brewery’s regular “hazy” beers but with less alcohol! Less than 140 calories a glass AND partial proceeds going to the Vancouver Aquarium! What’s not to love! Available “to go” or via free delivery in select areas. Details.
Get Organic Ocean seafood delivered to your door and support Vancouver Aquarium
The fabulous fisher-folk at Organic Ocean have come up with a frozen sustainable seafood combo pack especially to support the Vancouver Aquarium! The pack contains 100% sustainably caught sablefish, lingcod, halibut and steelhead and is delivered to your door in refrigerated trucks ($119, delivery available in Vancouver, Squamish and Toronto). Limited edition so purchase today! Details.
See more community fundraisers in support of the Vancouver Aquarium here.