Echo is grateful to these on-island partners who have made significant contributions towards helping the organization succeed. Partners are listed alphabetically.

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Cargill salt company

Through the Cargill Foundation, Cargill is committed to the communities where we live and work. We invest in, engage with and respect cultures while promoting sustainable and responsible economic development to improve living standards and promote stable communities.

Cargill businesses and facilities and their employees also give through more than 350 employee-led Cargill Cares Councils worldwide. The councils provide support for local charitable and civic organizations and programs such as food relief agencies, school and youth programs, and local environmental projects.

Stichting DierenLot

DierenLot is an animal welfare organization based in the Netherlands.  DierenLot is committed to helping neglected, abused, and abandoned animals in distress.  On the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire, DierenLot has been instrumental in supporting the local animal care organizations through the provision of funds and animal rescue vehicles (Animal Ambulances) to aid in the response to animals in distress as well as the development of facilities where they can be given the care they need and deserve.


Disney Conservation Fund

At Disney, we are committed to using resources wisely and protecting the planet as we operate and grow our business. We conserve nature and inspire kids and families to join us in caring for our planet.  As of 2016, DCF has awarded more than $65 million in its ongoing commitment to reverse the decline of wildlife and increase the time kids spend in nature.


Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA)

The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA) is a nonprofit organisation created to protect the natural environment and to promote sustainable management of natural resources on the six Dutch Caribbean islands.

The pristine nature of the Dutch Caribbean contains the richest biodiversity in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The diverse ecosystems are a magnet for tourism and at the same time the most important source of income for the islanders. Nature on the islands is unique and important but it is also fragile.

HARI (Hagen Avicultural Research Institute)

HARI (Hagen Avicultural Research Institute) was established in 1885 and continues to evolve into a world class Psittacine captive breeding, nutrition and humane rearing of companion birds facility. HARI represents, recognizes and supports all legs of avian community to include responsible breeders, avicultural, veterinarians, rescue and adoption facilities, as well as wild parrot conservation on a global level.

Mangazina di Rei

Phone: (+599) 786-2101

Mangazina di Rei is part of a cultural park & learning centre with the purpose to arouse interest for the Bonaire culture, Bonaire history, landscape and nature of the area around the village of Rincon.

Openbaar Lichaam Bonaire (OLB)

Openbaar Lichaam Bonaire (OLB) is the Island Government. Understanding that “Nos ta Biba di Naturalesa” (Nature is our Livelihood), the local government provides funding and support to local environmental organizations such as Echo.  In 2015, with funds from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, OLB selected and funded Echo’s proposal for an expansive reforestation effort on Bonaire, among other projects aimed at protecting and restoring Bonaire’s unique and fragile ecosystems. Without this funding and support, Echo’s work in restoring the dry forest of Bonaire would not have been possible.


Sea and Land Wonders

Sea & Land Wonders is actively involved in the conservation, protection and restoration of coral reefs and marine life. This in collaboration with the people closest to living and working. We would like to discover, share and underline as many people as possible what important role a sustainable way of life can play in this.



Vogelbescherming is an independent, national nature conservation organization founded in the Netherlands for the protection of all wild birds and their habitats. Through targeted protection programs, intensive partnerships, political lobbying, legal action, clear information and effective campaigns, Vogelbescherming promotes the protection of birds in the Netherlands and worldwide.

World Parrot Trust

Founded in 1989, the World Parrot Trust (WPT) works to conserve wild parrots and promote the welfare of companion parrots worldwide. The WPT has brought together global wildlife conservation and welfare experts to direct and implement effective programs to protect parrots.