Corporate Membership Options:
• Sustaining Member: $1,250/month
Individual Membership Options:
• Sustaining Member: $50/month
Forage Fish Project
Option For Vessel Owners:
Several boat owners have chosen to support Saving Seafood by making automatic contributions through their respective settlement houses.
For this option, please email us and we will provide the necessary paperwork to submit to your settlement house.
Contributions to section 501(c)(6) organizations may be deductible as trade or business expenses if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer’s business. They are not deductible as charitable contributions.
Support the Fishing Industry
Your monthly or one-time contribution is the most supportive action that you can take for Saving Seafood, as it provides a dependable base of support that we can put into action on your behalf.
Since 2009, Saving Seafood has been a leading news resource, media liaison, and public information source for the commercial fishing industry from North Carolina to Maine, serving to educate the public and key decision makers on the industry’s crucial economic contributions and legacy. Saving Seafood works to help fishermen, their families, and their allies gain equitable representation within the media in order to counter and clarify misinformation disseminated by well-funded special interests. Today our readership extends to the Gulf and Pacific Coasts, Alaska, and Hawaii.
Funding for this critical effort comes from the generous support of industry members and supporters. By becoming a member of Saving Seafood, you are assisting owners, captains, fishermen, seafood processors, and brokers in their commitment to the preservation of sustainable fishing. Your donations directly support the following initiatives:
• Helping experts disseminate quality scientific information
• Connecting with the media and the public on matters of interest to the industry
• Fostering cooperation and communication among members of the fishing community
• Communicating the efforts of lawmakers on fisheries management issues
• Making online tools available to the industry and public