SeaWorld Guests Donate $1 Million for Wildlife

More than $1 million has been pledged to wildlife conservation efforts around the world thanks to vacationing families participating in the “SeaWorld Cares” program.

The program was launched in April and allowed families to receive a discounted child ticket and have the entire admission price donated to wildlife conservation.

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Families participating in the program are helping save polar bears in the Arctic, inspiring kids to spend more time outdoors, protecting coral reefs and supporting wildlife projects worldwide.

With each full-paid, single-day adult SeaWorld admission purchased online any child 12 and younger receives a $5 admission that benefits non-profit environmental organizations.

The offer continues through December 31. Details are available at

“Our guests are passionate about animals and helping better the world,” said Jim Atchison, president and chief executive officer of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. “Through this program we are working together to make a real difference in wildlife conservation.”

The four wildlife programs benefiting from the offer are:

  1. National Wildlife Federation – Connecting Children with Nature
  2. World Wildlife Fund – Securing a Future for Arctic Species
  3. The Nature Conservancy – Protecting Coral Reef Ecosystems
  4. SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment operates 10 parks across the U.S. including SeaWorld parks in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio; Busch Gardens parks in Tampa, Fla. and Williamsburg, Va.; Discovery Cove and Aquatica in Orlando; Sesame Place near Philadelphia, Pa.; and water parks Adventure Island in Tampa and Water Country USA in Williamsburg.

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Rakesh Raman