Coral reefs in The Bahamas and around the world are threatened and are in serious decline. We invite you to be part of the solution and help BREEF’s reef restoration projects by adopting a coral.

How it works!

After purchasing your adoption plan- It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. Name – Personalize your adopted coral by naming it! A plaque with your coral’s name will be permanently placed on our coral propagation unit.

2. Nurture – BREEF will monitor the growth and health of your baby coral and maintain your plaque on the coral propagation unit

3. Nature – Watch your baby Staghorn coral continually grow and be trimmed and out planted on the reef over and over every year.

*Now offering 2 nursery locations to choose from!

Coral Reef Sculpture Garden

Andros Great Barrier Reef

BREEF’s Coral Reef Sculpture Garden is a living underwater classroom. Through our education programmes, over 3,000 students a year are able to experience our coral nursery site and the beautiful reef that surrounds it. Special thanks to everyone who makes this work possible.

Adoption Plans

Help Rebuild Our Reefs.

Coral Head$1000

Coral Head

$1,000 includes adopting your own colony with custom identification plaque, photos of 6 months and 1-year update and 2 year update, snorkel at the BREEF Coral Reef Sculpture Garden and/or Reef Rescue Diver certification.

Coral Fragment

Coral Fragment

$350 includes adopting your own colony with custom identification plaque, photo of a 6 month and 1-year update, snorkel at the BREEF Coral Reef Sculpture Garden.

Coral Polyp$150

Coral Polyp

$150 includes adopting your own colony with a custom identification plaque, photo, and 1-year update.

Valentine's Day Special $35

Help Our Corals Bloom

$35 Holiday Special includes a personalized adoption e-card sent to a friend or loved one on Valentine’s Day.

Restoring our coral reefs is vital as they provide a natural barrier against hurricanes and strong storm waves. They also contribute indirectly to the food and livelihood security of The Bahamas and other coastal communities around the world.

Fun Fact! Your coral baby originated from a “Coral of Opportunity