Rating: 4.83 stars 6 6 reviews
Food, Human Services
600 Ericksen Ave Ste 310 Bainbridge Island WA 98110 USA
SeaShare's mission is to secure high quality seafood products for use in hunger-relief efforts throughout the Untied States and to educate hunger-relief providers and their clients about the health impacts of adding seafood to a balanced diet.
Provided over 150 million seafood meals to food bank and feeding center clients throughout the U.S.
Food bank and feeding center clients throughout the U.S.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Food Banks and feeding center clients across America.
Geographic areas served:
high protein seafood servings.
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Sea Share is without a doubt the most efficient charity organization that I know about. I know that my donation dollars are spent doing the job instead of funding membership drives or political agendas.
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SeaShare is the only non-profit working with the U.S. seafood industry to solicit donations of fish for hunger relief programs. The six Seattle-area seafood companies that I represent joined together more than a decade ago, pledging to provide one million fish meals a year to SeaShare's program. SeaShare partners with food agencies across the U.S. to get these protein-rich fish products efficiently distributed across the U.S. for food assistance.
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I recently joined the board of SeaShare with the goal of encouraging other seafood industry members to support this great program.
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SeaShare's challenge is to corral support from a very fragmented U.S. seafood industry and to overcome the logistical challenges of moving seafood across the U.S. in a cost effective manner.