Collins Aerospace is a pioneer in the design, production and support of communications and electronics for the aerospace and defense industries. As part of their corporate responsibility and community involvement philosophy, they operate the Rockwell Collins Community Partnership Fund for charitable giving, which the oyster mats program is a beneficiary of.
DISNEY CONSERVATION FUND
Disney Conservation Fund has been a consistent financial partner of Restore Our Shores programs since the beginning in 2014. The organization continues to support our oyster mats project.
Electical Basics continues to provide in-kind resources to our oyster mats project, ensuring we are equipped for reef-building events.
Florida Today is our leader in local news who advertises and provides ongoing coverage of Restore Our Shores projects and Indian River Lagoon progress.
L3HARRIS CORPORATION: HEART VOLUNTEERS
L3Harris has provided ongoing support both behind the scenes and in the field. Donating their time and ingenuity, they have assisted in constructing “Shelly R. Baggins,” our oyster shell bagging machine. This machine has saved both time and manpower in supporting our reef-building progress.
Lockheed Martin has provided a significant financial contribution to Restore Our Shores to expand hurricane mitigation projects in the Indian River Lagoon. Through this partnership, Lockheed Martin employees will volunteer on collaborative mangrove adoption and planting events to support shoreline restoration and promote the protection of our community from the impacts of natural disasters.
SEAWORLD BUSCH GARDENS CONSERVATION FUND
The SeaWorld Busch Gardens Conservation Fund supports species research, habitat protection, animal rescue and rehabilitation and conservation education projects like the oyster mats program.
Southeastern SeaProducts is working with the oyster mats and oyster gardening programs to supply recycled oyster shell from their shucking house in Brevard County.