Our BiG friends
These organisations listed here are all close to our guests and our hearts and were mentioned in their episode. Our BiG view is every guest becomes a friend of The BiG Scuba Podcast and our chats are just the beginning of what we hope becomes regular conversations. In doing so will help bring more awareness to these fantastic and worthwhile organisations through our BiG powers of social media and our Youtube channel, that's why its also important to subscribe and ring the bell!
Click on the images and checkout these groups today they all need our support!
Cristina Zenato & Kewin Lorenzen - People of The Water is a non profit organisation dedicated to change peoples relationship with our aquatic world through exploration, education and conservation.
Samantha Craven - To inspire and empower people to act in conserving and sustainably developing coastal resources, particularly coral reefs and related ecosystems
Samantha Craven - The Green Fins initiative aims to protect and conserve coral reefs through environmentally friendly guidelines that promote a sustainable diving and snorkelling industry.
Helena Bourdillon - Mind. Mind "We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect."
Monty Halls - We partner with Ecuadorian authorities, NGOs, local communities and leading researchers both in Galapagos and the UK to support impactful Science & Conservation programmes and deliver community outreach across the Archipelago through our Education & Sustainability programme.
Jo Collins - British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) -Although seal rescue has remained a key component of the charity’s work, it has become progressively more involved in the response to stranded and entangled cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoise).
Galapagos Whale Shark project/diving - Find out about the great work the team are doing and how you can get involved and support their work in researching these amazing marine animals.
Ghost Fishing coming on soon - Surveying and removing nets, fishing gear and other marine debris that pose a threat to marine life in UK waters.
Deptherapy run specially adapted SCUBA Diving programmes for seriously injured Veterans and serving personnel of the British Armed Forces.