Coral reefs around the world face unprecedented coral bleaching and degradation. Now more than ever, CoralWatch needs your help to engage the local and global community in reef conservation. CoralWatch is a not-for-profit citizen science project based at the Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland. CoralWatch helps non scientists understand and support reef conservation practices by using simple tools that provide communities, school groups, tourists, dive shops and policy makers with accessible information and the opportunity to participate in the collection of scientific data on coral bleaching. Find out more about CoralWatch at

A global coral bleaching event is happening now and CoralWatch desperately needs your support to help mobilise volunteers around the world to monitor this event and engage communities in reef education and conservation. Your fundraising efforts will make a real difference and every dollar helps.

Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) The University of Queensland

The Queensland Brain Institute works to understand the development, organisation and function of the brain. We aim to understand the neural circuits in the brain, how their function results in behavioural outcomes, and how dysfunction of these circuits leads to disorders such as dementia, Parkinson’s disease and schizophrenia.
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Support CoralWatch to continue its work in more than 75 countries, raising awareness and monitoring the health of coral reefs around the world.

Every dollar given makes a difference.

  • $50 will provide an education pack for a school in Asia.
  • $100 will distribute 20 free ‘Do It yourself’ coral monitoring kits to volunteers.
  • $1000 will print 350 Coral Health Charts.
  • $5000 will fund three community workshops in Indonesia.

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