Coral reefs are in trouble.
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Coral reefs are in trouble.
We're here to help.

Can we count on your help? Donate to Mother of Corals today and help us preserve coral reefs.

Can we count on your help?
Donate to Mother of Corals today and help us preserve coral reefs.

Our mission is simple.

We rely on coral reefs for a lot: they produce a significant amount of the world’s oxygen and more than a billion people rely on reefs for their livelihoods. But coral reefs are in trouble, and now more than ever we need to return their favor.


At Mother of Corals, we provide the tools and training to enable coastal communities to create, maintain, and share artificial coral reef habitats with the public, in order to increase their environmental and economic sustainability.

Our mission is simple.

We rely on coral reefs for a lot: they produce a significant amount of the world’s oxygen and more than a billion people rely on reefs for their livelihoods. But coral reefs are in trouble, and now more than ever we need to return their favor.

At Mother of Corals, we provide the tools and training to enable coastal communities to create, maintain, and share artificial coral reef habitats with the public, in order to increase their environmental and economic sustainability.

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