There are so many ways you can support us to improve the lives of seafarers and fishers.

Thank you for choosing to support Stella Maris. As a charity, we rely on the kindness and generosity of people like you. And right now, seafarers need your support more than ever.

Whether you choose to volunteer, make a donation, shop with us, or fundraise, you will be making a huge difference to the people of the sea. Thank you.

How you helped last year

8,000 ship visits

2,158 ships provided with phone and internet

80 ships supported in a crisis

How you can get involved 

Make a Donation

From a one-off donation to setting up a regular gift, there’s a way for you to help the people of the sea.

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A gift in memory

Pay a special tribute to a loved one by leaving a gift to Stella Maris in their memory.

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Knit for us

Seafarers love our knitted hats and gloves. You can help make sure they stay warm in bad weather.

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Volunteer with us

Our network of volunteers are at the heart of our work and make a real difference to seafarers in need.

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Leave a legacy

Leaving a gift in your will to Stella Maris makes a huge difference in seafarers lives.

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Fundraise for us

Whether you run, cycle or bake, there are many fun ways to raise money and support seafarers in need.

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Pray with us

We have a range of prayer resources that you can use to pray for seafarers, fishers, and their families.

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Partner with us

Your company can have a real impact on the lives of seafarers and fishers.

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Shop with us

Take a look at our range of  gifts and cards and help seafarers in need while you shop.

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Charitable trusts 

We work closely with trusts and foundations to support more seafarers and fishers.

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When chaplains visit it eases a lot of worries from us seafarers.The reading materials you provide us really ease the boredom and reconnect us to our faith. The SIM cards mean we can buy one and reconnect to loved ones back home. Thank you very much

– Seafarer Edgar Estrera