MEMBERSHIP

Why Become a Member of the Florida Ocean Alliance?

Our Vision:

The Florida Ocean Alliance will position Florida as a national and global leader in ocean and coastal research, conservation, education, and responsible economic development.

The Florida Ocean Alliance:

  • Is the only nonpartisan organization in Florida dedicated to bringing together the private sector, academia, and nonprofit research organizations to protect and enhance Florida’s coastal and ocean resources for continued social and economic benefits.
  • Serves as a clearinghouse for science-based information on key ocean and coastal issues important to both public and private sector interests in Florida.
  • Implements strategic independent research projects, economic evaluations and issue papers that provide knowledge for the public and ocean/coastal policy development.
  • Provides expert testimony to national or state agencies, commissions and industry sectorsconcerned with ocean or coastal issues and policy.
  • Hosts an annual Oceans Day in Tallahassee to bring much needed attention on ocean and coastal issues to State leaders and legislators, as well as Florida’s congressional delegation.
  • Provides members with updated information on related policy initiatives, opportunities for engagements, and contacts as needed.
  • Provides opportunities to meet and discuss ocean and coastal issues with leading experts and Congressional andState representatives and staff.

 

Show your support for a healthy ocean and coastal future for Florida! 
Become part of the solution and help ensure preservation of Florida’s continued economic and environmental future successes.
Join the Florida Ocean Alliance as a member.

Florida Ocean Alliance members receive:

  • An invitation to participate in Florida’s Ocean Day activities conducted annually at the Florida State Capitol, Tallahassee, Florida.
  • An invitation to the Florida Ocean Alliance Annual Member Meeting and announcement of annual issue priorities and strategic plan.
  • Email updates from the Florida Ocean Alliance regarding important marine conservation news.
  • Access to Florida Ocean Alliance online reports and articles.
  • Opportunity to be considered for Florida Ocean Alliance voting board membership as board openings become available.

FOA Membership & Dues Categories, 2015

1) Friends of the Oceans: Capacity-Building Sponsors     $10,000

2) Corporate Members* (Annual Gross Revenue)

Under $500,000…………………………$  375
$500,000- $1 million……………………$  500
Over $1 million- $10 million……………$  750
Over $10 Million…………………..…….$1,500

3) Non-Corporate Members (Non-Profit and Governmental)

Nonprofit organization
Under $250,000 in revenue..………….$  250
$250,000 or more in revenue..………..$  500
University…………………………………$1,000
County, State, or Federal Agency…….$1,000

4) General Public
Individual…………………………………$    50
Family…………………………………….$    75
Student………………………………….. $    25

* Businesses interested in protecting the oceans, including maritime, hotel, tourist-based and others.