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Save the reefs - Adopt a coral! 


Coral reefs, vibrant underwater communities housing a quarter of marine life, are in jeopardy due to climate change and human impacts. To revive these precious ecosystems, we've partnered with GaiaOne to launch the Heartfeldt Coral Nursery—an initiative aimed at nurturing and revitalizing these vital underwater havens. 

A fire coral before and after bleaching. The one on the left is a healthy fire coral, while the one on the right is completely bleached—photo by the XL Catlin Seaview Survey.


Half of our coral reefs have already suffered severe devastation due to climate change and human impact, demanding urgent action for their survival. The need to combat these threats is critical and immediate.

Main threats to coral reefs: 
Ocean acidification: Increased carbon dioxide in oceans alters pH levels, which weakens corals, making it harder for them to build their homes and survive in changing conditions. 
Coral bleaching: When stressed (high temperatures, pollution,  changes in water chemistry), corals lose their colorful algae, leaving them weak and susceptible to harm, making it tough for them to recover. 
Pollution from land: Toxins from human activities, like chemicals, sewage, and trash, flow into the ocean, harming coral and disrupting their delicate balance. 
Physical damage: Improper boat anchoring, fishing gear, and other human actions can break or harm coral, making it difficult for them to grow and thrive in their homes.

The Heartfeldt Coral Nursery, a joint effort between GaiaOne and our foundation, is dedicated to restoring coral life. Our goal is to fundraise for 500 corals through this initiative. 

Our partner, GaiaOne is a social enterprise aiming to preserve and protect our reefs through coral restoration, trash cleanups, and educational programs to empower local communities globally. Their work is significant in their area, where they have already planted 9,612 coral (and counting).  

What exactly is a coral nursery? It serves as a safe space for corals to grow and develop before they are transplanted onto degraded or damaged reefs as part of restoration efforts.

Nursery rack by GaiaOne in Bira, Indonesia


Reviving corals bolsters our marine ecosystems, benefiting a diverse range of life forms, from vibrant fish communities to us, humans. Your support will enable the growth, planting, and care of 500 coral fragments which will be transplanted to the local coral reef in Bira, Indonesia. 

Member of the GaiaOne team maintaining the local coral reef

Why coral reefs are important: 
Biodiversity: Coral reefs cover <1% of the Earth's surface but are home to 25% of all marine fish species.
Coastal protection: Coral reefs reduce wave energy by 97% before hitting the shore.
Food production: Well-managed reefs produce 5-10 tons of fish/km2 per year.
Tourism: 70 million trips are supported by coral reefs annually.
- MedicineMore than half of all new cancer drug research focuses on marine organisms.


Join us in making a difference and supporting the coral restoration efforts in Indonesia! 

Would you like to gift a coral to your loved one? No problem! At the donation window, make sure to select 'Dedicate my donation in honor/in the name of someone'.


Be among the founders of the Heartfeldt Coral Nursery! Learn more about our program at https://coralnursery.heartfeldt.org/

Coral fragment at the coral reef in Bira