Reef protection & Aquarium Sanctuary

         Conserving South Florida's Marine Life for our Future Generations

May 10, 2017

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Tommy Bahama restaurant

126 Soundings Ave. Jupiter

Hosted by Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Network for a cause public event.

Tickets available at

Portion of the proceeds to benefit the

Reef Protection & Aquarium Sanctuary

Hope to see you there! 

We would like to thank Marissa from the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and Julie from Tommy Bahama's Restaurant in Jupiter, Fl for hosting the Network for a cause Mixer. We had a wonderful time bringing awareness of the invasive Lionfish and our organization to the many attendees Wednesday evening. We met with several people who gave us great advice and support, Thank you all for attending. We will be reaching out to you soon.

Photo's of the event will be uploaded to the Gallery page, check them out.

Next dive cleanup will be some time in June so check back often for dates or sign up to volunteer, you can walk the beach, snorkel or scuba, will provide the mesh dive bags and trash bags to those who volunteer.

Hope to see you soon!

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What We Do...

Reef Protection & Aquarium Sanctuary is a Florida Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Organization aiming to remove lionfish we encounter while scuba diving our local reefs. Removing the invasive and destructive Lionfish protects our fragile and threatened ecosystem. We are also the only marine aquarium sanctuary for unwanted, over grown or aggressive aquarium fish 

providing the public with a solution to dumping them into our waterways.  

Unwanted, Aggressive or Overgrown Fish?

Reef Protection & Aquarium Sanctuary is now accepting fish, sharks, eels, rays and Lionfish. Dumping fish from your aquarium into the ocean is not only illegal, it is destructive to our ecosystem. 

*We do not sell any donated fish or supplies.

Call for a FREE pick up of your unwanted fish, aquarium or slightly used snorkeling and scuba equipment.

Help us protect our sacred marine life and ocean.

561 324 1831