How it works
VisionDive donates every year 10% of the turnover to an environmental organization. The turnover gets generated from the sale of various items from our online shop.
The donation will be transferred to the selected organization on behalf of all VisionDive customers.
Donation 2012 The proceeds from the sale of VisionDive items for the year 2012 goes to SharkSchool.The main purpose of SharkSchool (www.sharkschool.com) is to bring humans closer to sharks, focusing on how to interact with them and to emphasize their crucial position and importance in the marine realm. The credo of SharkSchool is: There are no dangerous sharks - just dangerous situations.
Donation 2011 The proceeds from the sale of VisionDive items for the year 2011 goes to Save Our Seas Foundation.The Save Our Seas Foundation (www.saveourseas.com) is committed to protecting the oceans focusing on the major threats to the marine environment. Their objectives are implemented through funding research, education, awareness and conservation projects.
The proceeds from the sale of VisionDive items for the year 2010 goes to Save Japan Dolphins and Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS).
Both organizations are fervently against the annual slaughter of hundreds of dolphins in Japans Taiji. Together they have created the documentary "The Cove" which was named in 2009 best documentary at the Oscars. Please find more information about the campaigns of Save Japan Dolphins and OPS on www.savejapandolphins.org and www.opsociety.org.
The proceeds from the sale of VisionDive items for the year 2009 goes to Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
The organization Sea Shepherd (www.seashepherd.org) runs the whole year through sensational actions for marine conservation. They take action against whaling, are present for the protection of the Galapagos Islands and fight against the senseless annual slaughter of dolphins, sharks and seals.
The proceeds from the sale of VisionDive items for the year 2008 goes to the shark protection organization Sharkproject.
Sharkproject (www.sharkproject.org) is characterized by very good awareness training and outstanding actions against the extinction of sharks. Sharks are responsible to eliminate dead, injured or diseased animals and therefore they are on top of the food chain. When the sharks disappear the ecosystems of the seas will change in a unpredictable way, if not even getting destroyed.