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Whaleman Foundation

Org #4967
Vetted since 2010
1995
year founded
$35,475
raised on GlobalGiving
13
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

- To forever protect and preserve dolphins, whales, porpoises, and our oceans. -To end all commercial and scientific whaling worldwide by Japan, Norway, and Iceland. - To end the brutal dolphin drive and porpoise harpoon hunts of Japan and the Faroe Islands. - To raise public awareness to all the other threats dolphins and whales face including toxic pollution, noise pollution, global warming, loss of habitat, entanglement in fishing nets, collisions with ships, and increasing whaling

Projects (1)

Save the Whales Again!
United States / Wildlife Conservation
Save the Whales Again!
Project Leaders
Jeff Pantukhoff
Jeff Pantukhoff
Jeff Pantukhoff
Jeff Pantukhoff
Organization Information
PO Box 1670
Lahaina, HI 96767
United States
808-661-8859
Organization Information
PO Box 1670
Lahaina, HI 96767
United States
808-661-8859

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Feb 12, 2024 | Save the Whales Again!
Campaign Update

By Hayden Panettiere | International Spokesperson

Japan Update Japanese dolphin hunters started their brutal dolphin hunts on September 1, 2023 in Taiji, Japan and these hunts will continue until mid April, 2024. The quota allows for up to 2,000... Read the full report ›

Aug 18, 2023 | Save the Whales Again!
My Home & Campaign Headquarters Destroyed by Fire!

By Jeff Pantukhoff | Executive Director

It’s been a tragic and devastating week in Lahaina. I'm Jeff Pantukhoff, the president and founder of The Whaleman Foundation and Executive Director of the Save the Whales Again! Campaign. I've... Read the full report ›

Mar 27, 2023 | Save the Whales Again!
Campaign Update

By Hayden Panettiere | International Spokesperson

Japan Update Japanese dolphin hunters started their brutal dolphin hunts on September 1 in Taiji, Japan and these hunts will continue until mid April. The quota allows for up to 2,000 dolphins to be... Read the full report ›
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