Top Eco Friendly Holiday Gifts that Give Back
- Gift guide
Show your loved ones you care this holiday season with help from our 2023 Eco Friendly Holiday Gifts that Give Back Guide. It features sustainable gifts that are good for the planet and perfect for the people in your life who are (or aspire to be!) environmentally savvy.
Not only are you helping the planet with these green gifts, but all proceeds from your purchase also support medical care for our patients, which has helped us to rescue more than 24,000 marine mammals since 1975 and advance global ocean conservation.
Order online by December 1 for the best chance of delivery before the last day of Hanukkah, and December 8 for the best chance of delivery before Christmas.
Shopping at the last minute? Your purchase comes with a downloadable gift IOU to give your loved one while they wait for their special present to arrive. Find more gifts that give back on our Last-Minute Gift Guide.
Please note that some orders may arrive later than expected due to delays outside the Center's control, such as high mail volume or weather. We appreciate your support and patience.
Bonus! You can name a whale in honor or memory of a loved one
This is a unique opportunity to name a whale while supporting the conservation of these gentle giants. With your support of $2,500, your name or your designated honoree’s name will be added to a humpback whale’s record in Happywhale, a worldwide whale sighting database used by organizations, institutes and researchers. Explore other ways to donate in your loved one’s honor.
A purchase of any of our Eco Friendly Green Gifts that Give Back will help to support global ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education.
Browse all of our gifts that give back to help save seals, sea otters, sea lions and other marine animals.
Yes, I want to save a life!
You’ll be giving sick and injured animals the best possible care at the Center’s state-of-the-art hospital. With your gift today, you are giving a patient a second chance at life in the wild.