As a non-profit, non-governmental organization we rely on the generosity of organizations and individuals to provide funding and support to all of our conservation efforts. Without your help, the Saba Conservation Foundation would cease to exist. So don't delay, help today!
Child Focus Saba
Child Focus offers after-school-activities to all school-going youth from 4-18 years old -through care, support and guidance after school hours- by offering a variety of activities. Children are encouraged in their development and supported with their schoolwork.
William Froelich Foundation
This is the philanthropic organization of Saba's more eccentric resident "Bill" Froelich. Mr. Froelich has been living on Saba for more than 10 years after sailing its waters for many more before this. A long time New York City resident, Bill is an avid pilot, gardener and lover of nature. He was an inspiration to the board of Sea & Learn, supporting the first presentations which eventually led to the first year's program. His generosity since the first event has continued.
United States National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is a non-profit organisation that preserves and restores the United States' native wildlife species and habitats. Created by Congress in 1984, NFWF directs public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs and matches those investments with private funds.
Dutch Postcode Lottery
The Dutch Postcode Lottery has been an unstinting supporter of DCNA and the Saba Conservation Foundation. Generous grants supported initial operational, communications and lobbying work in the Dutch Caribbean and the Netherlands, and provided much needed financial support for the individual parks on the Dutch Caribbean islands.
Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance
The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance is a new non-profit organisation created to protect the natural environment and to promote sustainable management of natural resources on the six Dutch Caribbean islands. Through their website, DCNA will seek to record the efforts to realise these objectives through an innovative programme of fundraising outreach, education and research.
Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relation
The ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK) is one of the eleven ministries of Dutch central government. The minister, State Secretary and civil servants formulate policy, prepare legislation and regulations, and are also responsible for coordination, supervision and policy implementation.
Tropics Café & Juliana's Hotel
Tropics Café is the perfect place to relax any time of the day. Its charming terrace dining room overlooks the pool with a panoramic view of the mountainside terrain and the sparkling blue Caribbean Sea below.
Reflecting the true spirit of the island of Saba, Juliana's Hotel is a small and intimate retreat from the hectic pace of modern living.
Saba Divers & Scout's Place
Your all-in-one solution: Saba Divers and Scout's Place Hotel on Saba is the perfect combination of a professional PADI scuba dive center and a well established Saba Hotel.
The Ecolodge Rendez-Vous is a small family-operated eco resort surrounded by lush tropical vegetation - a perfect hideaway for people who want to get away from it all. It's a hotel where guests feel quickly at home, in comfortable mosquito-free accomodation, receive personal attention & where the individual still counts.
Queen's Gardens Resort
The Queen's Gardens Resort is Saba's leading luxury resort and is an upscale, casually chic, yet elegant hotel, with magnificent vistas of the rain forest, the mountains and the Sapphire blue Caribbean Sea.
Dawn II is the Saba Ferry, catering to the needs of the Saba people with regular service on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays leaving Saba at 6:30 a.m. and returning back to Saba at 7:00 p.m. This ferry also functions as an important cargo boat for Saba.
Individual sponsors & volunteers:
Paul and Susan Floren
Tom van't Hof