A Partnership with Cebu Pacific to Protect the Tubbataha Reefs and Apo Reef

As a Cebu Pacific passenger, you have the power to minimize the environmental impacts of air travel! Donate to WWF-Philippines’ marine conservation and climate change adaptation programs at the Tubbataha Reefs, Palawan and Apo Reef, Mindoro.

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Fly Responsibly

Oceans absorb 30% of humanity’s carbon emissions. Your donation will help WWF-Philippines ramp up its Marine Conservation and Climate Solutions Programs at the Tubbataha Reefs and the island-community of Cagayancillo in Palawan, plus Apo Reef and the coastal town of Sablyan in Mindoro.

How it works

During the online booking process at the Cebu Pacific page, simply tick the box that prompts you to donate to WWF-Philippines. The website will generate a donation amount that corresponds to the distance of your flight. Thank you for your commitment to conserve marine biodiversity and build climate-resilient communities!

The Philippines' Great Reefs

The Philippines sits on the apex of the Coral Triangle, the planet’s hotbed of marine life. Tubbataha and Apo Reefs, the country’s Great Reefs, host some of the richest marine ecosystems within the Coral Triangle. Considering that only 5% of Philippine reefs are in excellent condition, protecting Tubbataha and Apo Reefs ensures a brighter future for the millions who depend on Philippine seas for food and livelihood.

Building a future in which people and nature thrive.

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