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Learn More About Donating to Marine Discovery Center
Help us meet the challenges that face the Indian River Lagoon and donate today.
As we expand the depth of our reach we also expand the depth of our operational and program costs. The utility, insurance and maintenance bills don’t go away. Your support is needed as we continue to grow our mission and community influence.
The Dolphin Society is an elite group of donors whose goal is the long-term sustainability of the Marine Discovery Center’s mission: “to protect and restore the Florida coastal and Indian River Lagoon ecosystems through education, research and community stewardship.”
The Marine Discovery Center is a membership driven organization. We strive to accomplish our mission through public education, ecological restoration and research activities involving both school children and the general public and can only do so with the unfailing support of our members.
Buy a Brick Campaign
Leave your mark on our main stage by buying a brick and help us to continue our mission to protect and restore Florida’s coastal and Indian River Lagoon ecosystems through education, research and community stewardship.
The volunteers of the Marine Discovery Center are the backbone of our organization. Their enthusiasm and energy helps keep us focused and motivated. If you would like to join this friendly team, please review the Volunteer Opportunities and Checklist that follow and attend our next Volunteer Orientation and Training Session. You must be at least 13 to volunteer.
Love our Lagoon Partners
The Marine Discovery Center’s customer and prospect base has a broad reach throughout the Central Florida community. Your business can reach these individuals and help support our mission to protect Florida’s coastal ecosystems by becoming a Love Our Lagoon Business Partner of the Marine Discovery Center. Promote your business and help the environment with a tax-deductible partnership.
"To protect and restore Florida's coastal and Indian River Lagoon ecosystems
through education, research and community stewardship."