Wishlist

Are you planning a trip to Bonaire
and got space left in your luggage?

Finding exactly what we need for our work on Bonaire is often difficult and shipping materials and tools can be expensive. Bringing items and tools from our wish list is a great option to make a tangible difference for Bonaire’s coral reefs!

Each item on the list is a critical tool to helping us achieve our mission.

Click on any item to see an example of the brand or model that is most effective for us to use. Each link will take you to a retailer, but feel free to shop around.

We try to keep this list as updated as possible but you can contact us to further clarify our current needs. The donated items and materials can be dropped off at our offices located at next to the Harbour Village Marina: Kaya Gob. N. Debrot #69,Marina Market Square, Office #3.

Last updated: July 1, 2024
For some items in this tab, we’ve listed our total need – for the others, feel free to get as few or as many as you like!

Technology

Do you have a spare camera, GoPro, dive light, or other piece of equipment you’re no longer in need of?

Don’t throw it away! Our field technicians and interns are in need of laptops and other technology for fieldwork, education and outreach, data management, monitoring, and more.

Have an item that could be useful? Let us know at info@reefrenewalbonaire.org so we can coordinate a drop-off time.

$0-30

Refillable underwater pencil
(Alternative Dutch link)
(used daily to take notes underwater)

Crimp sleeves (1.2mm x 8mm)
(for hanging corals in the nursery tree)

$30-100

Starbond “Gap Filler” Thick  – 16 oz set
(for our boulder coral fragmentation project)

For some items in this tab, we’ve listed our total need – for the others, feel free to get as few or as many as you like!

$0-30

$30-100

$100+

For some items in this tab, we’ve listed our total need – for the others, feel free to get as few or as many as you like!

$0-30

Stainless steel brushes
(for cleaning nursery trees)

Chisels 
(with short handle to remove fire coral from our nursery trees)

Stainless Steel Paint Scraper
(to remove fire coral from our nursery trees)

7 inch Diagonal Pliers (alternate link for Dutch citizens)
(to prune, tie and hang corals on our nursery trees)

Refillable underwater pencil
(Alternative Dutch link)
(used daily to take notes underwater)

Double ended snap hooks (4.5 inch)
(used daily for all kinds of purposes)

$30-100

3.25 lb. Fisherbrand Sparkleen 1 Detergent**
(for our larval propagation work, this specific detergent is needed to clean lab materials)

$100+

**NOTE: Items with stars indicate that the example is the only model/brand we can use. Retailers are not preferred, but are merely an example from which to start.
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Reef Renewal Foundation Bonaire is a non-profit, non-governmental organization located in Bonaire. We have an official ANBI-status as designated by the Dutch Tax Administration (RSIN 825690468), and are accredited as a CAF America Validated Organization. Our Fiscal Identification Number is 303074802. RRFB is also a registered Global Giving non-profit organization as of 2024.