10 year anniversary
Over the past decade, we have reached more than 250,000 students in person across 15 countries, all 50 U.S. states, and over 79 countries virtually. Our dedicated educators have created free, comprehensive K-12 STEAM-based curriculum and distributed educational materials to teachers around the world. Through science-driven partnerships, we've provided over 1,000 students with the unique opportunity to step into the field and immerse themselves in the world of sharks and shark research. By adopting a comprehensive approach, we are creating the future generation of shark advocates, one lesson at a time.
With your support, we look forward to the next decade and beyond, where we can continue to make a difference and secure a brighter future for sharks and our oceans.
Sharks4Kids is a 501 ( c) 3 nonprofit and all donations are tax-deductible.
HELP US raise $10,000
from November 7 to December 31, 2023
A contribution of any amount helps!
We have some big goals for the next 5 years and need your support to make them possible.
Provide more FREE field trips for students to get on the water and create their own connection with the ocean.
CREATE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
Continue to create engaging and up-to-date lessons, curricula, activities, and videos to meet educator and student needs.
VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCE
Bring our Virtual Reality shark dive to even more students. Create more versions with different species.
IN PERSON VISITS
Sending more team members into schools to create a unique learning experience.
EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS DONATED
Posters, activities, and 3D shark models keep the conversation going and help engage students. We want to donate even more.
Give more students to join us in the field for research. This hands on learning opportunity can be life changing.
18 countries and 17 US states, speaking to thousands of students.
Nearly 2000 lessons with students in
79 countries and all 50 US states.
Hundreds of students in Florida and Turks and Caicos have been able to participate in shark research.
Thousands of students and adults have watched our Virtual Reality shark dive
Hundreds of students in The Bahamas have been on and in the water to experience how amazing the ocean is.
Hundreds of students have had hands-on science learning days with our team in South Florida.
We've hosted over 100 webinars featuring scientists, artists and conservationists from around the word.
We've spoken to thousands of adults and kids at dozens of outreach events around the world, including ADEX in Singapore and Tortuga Music Festival.