Tomorrow is April 18 – the final day to submit your tax documents for the year. While taxes are normally due annually on April 15, that falls on a Saturday this year, which gives tax payers three extra days to file. Whether you’re fortunate enough to receive a refund, or if you’re required to pay more, the process of filing your taxes can be a stressful one.

Take a few deep breaths and head over to Georgia Aquarium’s Facebook on Tuesday, April 18 at 9:30 a.m. as we live-stream our new webcam of our Ocean Voyager Built by The Home Depot gallery. Unwind and de-stress as you watch whale sharks, manta rays, and thousands of other animals swim in 6.3 million gallons, gliding effortlessly through the water.

If you’re already planning ahead for next year’s tax season, all donations to Georgia Aquarium are tax-deductible! As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, we rely on the support of our community to ensure that we can continue our groundbreaking research initiatives, educational programs, and conservation efforts. Every donation, no matter the size, helps. Ever wondered how? See for yourself:

  • $14 - Grants one Title I student the opportunity to experience our educational programming!
  • $50 – Provides fuel for one dolphin stranding response by our Conservation Field Station team!
  • $60 – Feeds a manta ray for one day!
  • $200 – Gives one injured veteran the chance to immerse themselves in a whale shark swim or dive program as part of adjunctive therapy in our Veterans Immersion Program!
  • $500 – Feeds one adult green sea turtle for one month!

If you’re in need of more relaxation, take a trip to Georgia Aquarium to become fully mesmerized by the thousands of fish swimming all around you. When you visit Georgia Aquarium, just by purchasing a ticket, you’re doing an ocean of good. Not only are you visiting the largest aquarium in North America, but your ticket proceeds go directly to:

  • Inspiring wonder: 50,000 Title I school children who would not otherwise have the chance to visit the Aquarium are given the opportunity through our Sponsored Education Admissions (SEA) program.
  • Engaging our community: We are able to partner with organizations that provide wounded veterans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to dive in our Ocean Voyager Built by The Home Depot habitat through our Veterans Immersion Program.
  • Expanding awareness: From studying the migratory patterns of manta rays to helping coral reef restoration in the Florida Keys, our research projects increase our understanding of our ocean through collaborative conservation and research efforts.

For more information on how to donate to Georgia Aquarium, please visit http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/experience/support/. To visit, you can purchase tickets by visiting our website. Don’t forget to follow Georgia Aquarium on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. For year-round relaxation, make sure you check out our Ocean Voyager Built by The Home Depot webcam, available each day from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. EST.