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In memory of Camilo Simeone-Farías, the Camilo Simeone-Farías Memorial Student Support Fund is being created to provide financial support for young penguin biologists to attend the International Penguin Conference. Learn more and donate here.
Please consider a tax-deductible donation to the Center for Ecosystem Sentinels. Support of our work allows us to track penguins at sea, continue to measure the success of conservation strategies, and educate and train the next generation of students in conservation.

 

or send checks (payable to the University of Washington Foundation) to:

Center for Ecosystem Sentinels
University of Washington
24 Kincaid Hall, Box 351800
Seattle, WA 98195

For larger donations, we welcome you to contact us online or call 206-616-2791.

 

Example Amount
How It Helps The Penguins
$50 Buy a Penguin ID Band
$500 Build Penguin Scale
$1,500 Purchase Field Computer
$3,000 Fund Field Volunteer Travel.
$5,000 Purchase a Tracking Device & Sponsor a Penguin
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Making a difference at a young age.

Learn more about three of our youngest donors and how they are making difference and inspiring others.

Pennies for Penguins. Zachary Touger helped raise attention for the endangered Galápagos penguins during his TedxYouth talk and runs an annual Pennies for Penguins campaign, raising more than $1,000 to help the Galápagos penguins.
It’s never too early to start giving. After a school lesson on compassion, Viola Miller broke open her piggy bank, and crayons, to help the penguins.
Recipient of the 2013 “Outstanding Youth Achievement Award” continues giving. Her 2013 fundraising event for the penguins of the Indianapolis zoo wasn’t the last event for the young philanthropist. After hosting a successful 2017 fundraiser, Lauren Harmon helped raise over $1,600 to help support our penguin research.