ARCAS Donors: How Can I Help?

Take part in the Conservation of Guatemalan Wildlife!! Become an ARCAS Member!

You can also donate directly using PayPal here:
All donations to ARCAS are tax-deductible in the United States thanks to our 501(3)(C) fiscal sponsor One Earth Conservation.

You can specify which project you wish to support, whether it be general maintenance of rescue center facilities, care of a specific animal, support for the scarlet macaw captive breeding program, or educational activities.
Being a non-profit association, ARCAS depends on donations from foundations, companies and friends around the world. However, many times we don’t know from one year to the next whether we will have the resources we need to carry out our conservation activities.

For this reason ARCAS is trying to expand its membership base of concerned animal-lovers around the world willing to help us with an annual contribution.

Experience the many rewards of being a supporting member of ARCAS!!!
If you would like to help us in this very important work, please contact us regarding how to make a donation at

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Help us to get more people involved!

Sponsor a Nest Program

In addition to these regular donations, many of our friends prefer to contribute to the purchasing of sea turtle eggs at the Hawaii and El Rosario Hatcheries through our Sponsor-a-Nest Program.

The olive ridley and leatherback sea turtles of the Pacific coast of Guatemala are under threat from intensive egg collection and overfishing. Under the Sponsor-a-Nest program, you have the opportunity to directly support ARCAS’s sea turtle conservation activities in Hawaii and El Rosario. Typically, $25 can buy a whole nest of roughly 100 eggs.

ARCAS staff and volunteers wait until the price for sea turtle nests drops (usually during the height of the nesting season, August-November) and then go out onto the beach and buy whole nests from local collectors. These eggs are then buried in the Hawaii or El Rosario hatcheries and 50 days later, the hatchlings are released into the sea.

Take part in this direct conservation effort.  Contact us at about making a donation.

ARCAS relies on the support of our amazing donors and collaborators around the world.
Please join us or donate so our work can continue.