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Beautiful, thriving coral reef

Help Restore Reefs

Thankfully, whoever you are, wherever you are, you can play a powerful part in restoring the ocean’s natural splendor.

Read on for all the ways you can get involved.

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The YouTube
that grows coral

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Rebuilding coral reefs is a complex task, but for you, it couldn’t be easier. Proceeds from our YouTube channel will be donated to our partner, The Nature Conservancy, to support coral reef restoration projects. It means with every view, you help to bring life back to our oceans.

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Here’s what you need to do:

  • 1 Visit our YouTube channel that grows coral.
  • 2 Explore behind the scenes as Sheba Hope Reef is built, dive along with our Chief Marine Scientist, Professor David Smith, and relax as you watch colorful coral come to life in our mindfulness videos.
  • 3 Don’t skip the ads. Every view = more ad revenue = more proceeds to restore reefs.
  • 4 Tell your friends! Share our videos with #HopeGrows and invite others to join the important cause.
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Listen to our hope grows song

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Of course, all this beautiful new growing coral, needs an equally inspiring soundtrack! So we teamed up with composer Biggi Hilmars to score our film with an original song that captures the essence of hopeful revival. Every play raises more money for reef restoration, so the more you listen to it, the more you help.

Put your name
to the cause!

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Want to show your support? Here’s how you can help:

  • 1 Search HOPE GROWS on your GIPHY keyboard on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or WhatsApp.
  • 2 Select your initial surrounded in beautiful digital coral.
  • 3 Share on your social media channels with #HopeGrows to encourage your friends to spread hope!

Download the educational A-Z

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The Sheba Hope Reef is more than just four letters. The project is helping create a thriving marine ecosystem. Download our A-Z to learn about the inhabitants through our unique growing font as we journey through the alphabet.

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for sustainably
sourced fish

Russian Blue cat eating sustainable fish

At the end of 2020, 81% of the fish used in Mars petfood recipes around the world, including SHEBA®, came from sustainable sources aligned with our guidelines and according to the IUCN Red List, no endangered fish species were sourced.

Mars is committed to 100% sustainably sourced fish and to achieve this, over the past 10 years, Mars has worked with its global partner The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and other leading NGOs, certifying organizations, and industry experts to make its fish buying practices more sustainable.

Eager to work

Are you a business or organization wanting to leave a positive pawprint promise on the world? Let’s explore how we restore coral reefs together.