The Ucluelet Aquarium is a public not-for-profit aquarium and a pillar of the West Coast. We strive to keep our admission rates as low as possible in order to ensure that we are accessible to all. We depend on the generosity of our members and donors to help us deliver quality educational programs and community outreach. All donations can be made through Canada Helps. If you would like more information about exhibit sponsorship please contact Laurie: firstname.lastname@example.org. You also can donate to our ongoing education programs or adopt a display in the Aquarium. The Ucluelet Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.
The Ucluelet Aquarium is a non profit society. As such, we rely on the generosity of our sponsors to provide educational programs, conservation work, and job training to visitors, and our community.
Did you know that over the summer months, the Ucluelet Aquarium sees over 30,000 visitors? When you sponsor a display, you help contribute to the upkeep, stocking, regular cleaning, and feeding of that tank. As the season evolves, as do the creatures in our tanks – making every visit a unique one! By sponsoring a display for one season (March – December), we will affix a plaque to the display with your logo or name, acknowledge your contribution on our website and on our social media platforms.
Our 2017 Tank Sponsors
Decorator Crab Cube – Pina
Octopus Tank – Harry and Barbara Lee
Squat Lobster Tank – IN NEED OF SPONSOR
Sea Cucumber Touch Tank – Mieke Dusseldorp
Sea Glass Touch Tank – Seiber-Johansson Family
Ochre Star Touch Tank – Wildlife Works
Red Turban Snails Tank – The Bailey Family
Shadow Box Educational Display – K’pure Naturals
Marine Debris Tank – Eke Academy of Martial Arts
Kitchen – IN NEED OF SPONSOR
Library – Judy Gray
Microscope Station – The Haist-Grinnell Family
Marine Debris Display – Remote Passages
Great Pool – Jamie’s Whaling Station
Shallow Tide Pool – Long Beach / West Coast Wild
Salmon and Kelp Forest – Blackrock Oceanfront Resort
Jelly Kriesel – Pajo’s Fish and Chips
Anemone Tidepool – Kaleigh, Nick and Sunny Haisch
Greenlings – Surf Junction Campground
Sea Pen Cube Tank – Zoe’s Bakery
Microplastics Display – Remote Passages
Jewel Tanks 1 – Harris Oceanside Chevrolet
Jewel Tanks 2 – The Lim Family
Juvenile Rockfish Cube – Laurie Christensen and Colin MA
Wolf Eel Cube – Dr. T. Yagos and Fennel Bruzzese
Brooding Anemone Tank – The Forrest Family
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The Ucluelet Aquarium is not currently hiring. Please check back for future available positions!