There are many ways to support dolphin research
Welcome to our team! By taking just a few small steps you can join us in the action. There are so many ways to get involved!
This is the first step to becoming a fan! By following us on Facebook and Twitter, you will see all Project updates, learn about cool new dolphin research, and acquire a wealth of knowledge about why dolphins are one of the coolest animals on the planet!
#2 Share every post
Most people think donating is the only thing they can do but there is a hidden secret they don't know. Sharing our mission with friends, family, and even strangers is way more important. Now more than ever, the power is in your hands. Don't have a lot of money? No problem! Our team of retweeters and reposters are our biggest assets. If the public doesn't know about us, they can't support us. That is where you come in! Be our voice and inspire the crowd!
#3 Join the Crowd and Donate $
Go ahead and give it a try! It's only a dollar but it will make a world of difference when you join with the force of the crowd. Join others like you who love science and dolphins. By donating, you become part of our team. We can't do it without you! It's only a dollar so go ahead, take just a couple of minutes, and enjoy that sense of empowerment knowing that you are making Science happen!
#4 Support with Swag
Shop our swag store for cool apparel, gear, and more! Not only will you look lit, you will be promoting dolphin research wherever you go. Aside from sharing our posts, this is the second best way to show your support now and for years to come.
#5 Hold a fundraiser
People love it when their everyday purchases support a cause. Contact us about holding an official fundraiser.
All donations are tax-deductible. The Rough Tooth Project operates under fiscal sponsorship from The Coalition for the Advancement of Scientific Research, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to allowing individual researchers conduct and promote their research, share resources, secure funding, and generate public interest in scientific research.