Donate

 

You can help protect Bonaire’s sea turtle populations by donating to STCB. We welcome – and depend on – the financial support of people like you. Whether it’s $10, $100, or $10,000, whatever you give makes an important difference.

 


Ways to donate


Donate by mail:

Make checks payable to:
Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire
And mail to:
STCB
PO Box 492, Kralendijk
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles 

 

Donate by bank transfer:

To make a donation locally on Bonaire:
 
Maduro & Curiel’s Bank Bonaire
Account name: Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire
Account number: 101169209
 
To make a donation in USD from outside Bonaire use the following:

Beneficiary: Sea Turtle Conservaqtion Bonaire.
Account number: 101169209
Beneficiary Bank: Maduro & Curiel’s Bank Bonaire
Swift code: MCBKBQBN
Correspondent Bank: Standard Chartered Bank
Aba # 026002561
Swift Code:SCBLUS33
 
To make a donation from Europe:

Beneficiary: Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire
Account number: 101.169.209

Beneficiary Bank: Maduro & Curiel's Bank (Bonaire) N.V.
Address: Kaya L.D. Gerharts #81
City: Kralendijk
Country: Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands
Telephone number: +599- 715-5520
Fax number: +599-717-7249
Swift code: MCBKBQBN
Correspondent Bank for Euro: Ing Belgium SA NV
City: 24 Avenue Marnix, B-1000, Brussels
Country: Belgium
Swift Code: BBRUBEBB

 

To make a donation to STCB-NL:

Bank: Triodos Bank Zeist, the Netherlands
Bankaccount: 19.84.30.531
Beneficiary: STCB-Nederland
Adress: STCB, Amsterdam
IBAN: NL96TRIO0198430531
BIC(Swiftcode): TRIONL2U

KvK(Chamber of Commerce) Gooi- en Eemland no.41.194.145


All donations to STCB-NL will contribute to the work of STCB-Bonaire on Bonaire.

 

To discuss other ideas for giving, please call Manager Mabel Nava at 599-717-2225, or email stcb@bonaireturtles.org

 

 

STCB's Mabel Nava cradles a green turtle's head - photo Marlene Robinson

 


Your donation helps STCB work on Bonaire and beyond – doing sea turtle research and conservation, helping people understand the importance of these beautiful creatures, and securing a place for sea turtles in Bonaire’s future.