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In-Kind Wish List


The Marine Mammal Center is grateful to receive donations of supplies or services that will benefit our core operations.

If you have items or professional skills that you would like to contribute, please contact us at (415) 289-7335. Your in-kind donation is tax-deductible.

Items we are able to accept:

Animal Care
  • Warming pads
  • Nets
  • Hooks to remove grates in pools
  • Grease paint for marking animals
  • Hat tag epoxy
  • Slickers
  • iPads
  • Salmon nets
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Bleach
  • Plain salt
  • Baking soda
  • Green painter's tape
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Sharpies
  • Dishwashing gloves XL
  • Brush for cleaning carriers
  • Herding boards
  • Boluses for tubing
  • Tubing materials
  • Pen cleaning brushes
  • large dog kennels in good condition
  • Wetsuits
  • Tire for rescue truck
  • Gallons of gas for rescue truck
  • GoPro cameras
Vet Sciences
  • Frequently used medications
  • medical supplies
  • Honey
  • 2 gallon ziplock bags
  • 3 galllon ziplock bags
  • Whale necropsy waders
  • Satellite tags
  • 16 GB IPad, wifi enabled (no cellular/3G)
  • Otter box cases and utility holders for iPads
  • Large classroom rug
  • Large classroom rug
  • Dissecting trays
  • Dissecting Scissors
  • Laminate pouches for Education projects (letter sized)
  • Laminate for Education projects (legal sized)
  • Wireless slide/presentation advancer
  • Child step stool for the chart room
  • Bamboo Slat Wall for partner brochures
  • Bags of ground coffee
  • Plastic folding 6 foot tables for events
  • Party supplies
  • professional services (legal, public relations, consulting, etc.)
If you have an item you wish to donate that is not mentioned on the above list, please contact us at (415) 289-7335 or
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