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Waved albatross on Española island, Galapagos
© Enzo Reyes
Galapagos giant tortoise crossing dirt road, Santa Cruz
© Nick Dale

Rewilding Galapagos Appeal

Invasive species, pollution, plastic waste and disease threaten the survival of iconic species like Galapagos giant tortoises and Darwin’s finches. We need your help to rewild the Galapagos Islands so that wildlife thrives alongside people, reducing the human footprint and boosting biodiversity.

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Ways to give

Galapagos land iguana


Every penny you donate will help to support our vital conservation work in Galapagos, so please give as generously as you can.
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The giant tortoise pin badge you will receive when you join Galapagos Conservation Trust


When you become a member of Galapagos Conservation Trust, you will be joining an incredible group of people helping to preserve and protect these precious islands and their unique flora and fauna.
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Galapagos giant tortoise in pond

Rewilding Galapagos Appeal

We need your help to rewild the Galapagos Islands so that wildlife thrives alongside people, reducing the human footprint and boosting biodiversity.
Donate now
Galapagos penguin

Adopt a Galapagos animal

Our Galapagos animal adoption packs make a great gift for both children and adults. Choose a digital or postal adoption, featuring a certificate, fact file and an ethically sourced soft toy.
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Yacht La Pinta, Metropolitan Touring - Luxury Galapagos cruise


Win amazing prizes and support our vital conservation work by entering our raffle. Tickets cost just £3!
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Isabela island, Galapagos by night

Leave a gift in your Will

Leaving a gift to GCT in your Will, however small, is a simple, powerful and touching way to support essential conservation work in Galapagos for years to come.
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Merchandise at Galapagos Day 2022

Galapagos merchandise

Whether you’re looking for an ethical gift, a treat for yourself or you just want to show your support, our online shop is full of ideas, including calendars, Christmas cards, books and pin badges.
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Galapagos mockingbirds on Santa Cruz island

Other ways to give

There are a number of other ways that you can contribute financially to our work, such as donating shares or supporting us when you shop at popular online retailers.
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Ways to get involved

Galapagos Day 2022 at the Royal Geographical Society, London


Find out how you can volunteer your time and skills to help us with our work. This could be anything from graphic design to research, marketing to HR, facilitating workshops or helping at our events.
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Rhyme & Reason stand at Galapagos Day 2022

Corporate membership

Corporate membership of GCT is just one of the ways that businesses can support conservation in Galapagos, allowing you to show your commitment to protecting the natural environment.
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Española mockingbird and waved albatross

Galapagos writing competition

We're inviting you to get creative and write a short account of a memorable moment in the Galapagos Islands, with a goodie bag of Galapagos books up for grabs.
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Audience at Galapagos Day 2022


We run a variety of events throughout the year which feature talks by experts in their field, and provide a great opportunity to meet GCT staff, project partners and fellow supporters.
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Swallow-tailed gull in flight

Galapagos photography competition

If you’ve been to Galapagos, why not enter our annual Galapagos Photography Competition? We have six different categories and a panel of expert judges who will choose the winners.
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Meeting the local wildlife on a GCT supporters' cruise

GCT cruise

Our biannual GCT cruise is a unique opportunity to experience Galapagos, with an exclusive opportunity to visit projects and meet experts on the frontline of conservation in Galapagos.
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Sir David Attenborough

I urge you to support Galapagos Conservation Trust, which is working to increase ocean protection, restore biodiversity and build climate resilience across the Islands.

Sir David Attenborough

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