Join the Alliance
If you care about the future for fish and fishermen on Cape Cod, we urge you to make a donation to the Fishermen's Alliance. We couldn't do what we do without support from those who love our coastal community as much as we do.
When you make a donation to the Fishermen's Alliance, you help us create sustainable solutions that will help stabilize the Cape's historic fleet no matter what crisis hits next. As a donor, you will receive invitations to the Meet the Fleet series, Dish on Fish dinners and our signature event, Hookers Ball, in addition to staying informed with our print and electronic newsletters on advancements we are making because of your support.
Donate now to ensure the Cape's fishing fleet survives and thrives for future generations.
- Donate now using our secure, online form.
- Mail us your contribution to:
- Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance
- 1566 Main St. Chatham, MA 02633
We are fortunate to have the support of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, who is challenging our donors to increase their giving by matching 100% of certain donations! This match is a great opportunity to double your impact while we double our efforts.
Your donation will be doubled if:
- You are a first time donor with the Fishermen’s Alliance,
- You join our Fishermen Friends Monthly Giving Program (at any monthly amount!),
- You made a donation in 2017 and double that amount in 2018 (i.e. You gave $50 in 2017 and contribute $100 in 2018), or
- You made a donation in the past and forgot to give in the last year or more, but are giving now!
(Not sure if you fall in to one of the above categories? Please call Molly Ogren at 508-945-2432 x107 to find out!)
Every dollar counts (twice!) and will support our work advocating for the future of fishing and fishermen on Cape Cod.
These donor testimonials showcase the importance of making an investment in the future of our fishing community.
Barbara Matteson, read more here.
Q: You’ve been a long-time supporter of the Alliance. Why?
A: I believe Cape Cod would not be the same without our fishermen. The Cape was historically a fishing community, and what’s more, it is part of what makes our small towns viable today.
Gwen A. Holden Kelly, read more here.
Q: What drew you to an organization dedicated to supporting our local fleet?
A: The fishing industry is quintessential Cape Cod and an important part of Cape’s history. Our fishermen need community support to maintain the viability of their livelihood. I was impressed with the work of the Alliance to raise community awareness and leverage resources to take on the challenges facing that industry contemporarily.