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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Centers to Support the Independence of Specific Populations, Human Services, Philanthropy, Recreation & Sports, Sports, Voluntarism Promotion

Mission: provide fishing opportunities for persons with disabilities, educate and advocate for open waterways and accessible boats docks, and equipment. Provide support for our chapters throughout the US and others who want to assist persons with disabilities fish

Geographic areas served: Continental U.S. A.

Programs: Program service expenses provide fishing opportunities for individuals with disabilities. There were approximately 1,000 individuals who benefited from this organization.

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

Every once in a while you accidently run into something that allows you to gain more than what you give back. Fishing Has No Boundaries is one of those organizations! Fishing Has No Boundaries gives the opportunity for those with disabilities to enjoy a beautiful day of fishing and enjoying the total outdoor experience. Regardless of your age, sex, or disability you are more than welcome to join in each Chapters activites. They are scheduled throughout various places and dates across the U.S. Remember when you took someone, someplace for the very 1st time? Remember that smile from ear to ear? Remember the excitement in their voice and their actions? Do you still remember all the warm fuzzies, with a great amount of detail? How about the hug at the end that wrapped you with all the love they had left? Fishing Has No Boundaries creates a lifetime of those same memories!! Experience it once and I gaurantee you can't wait until next year!!


Rating: 5

Fishing is a time on the water when everyone is equal. It is more important today to give those that can not go themselves a helping hand. Sharing a day on the water is more than just the moment it is a time to remember when and next year when they can do it again. With disabilities so many some physical and some not when you bring them altogether it gives them a chance to see others some better off than them and some who do not have it so good. It gives opportunity to feel alive to build confidence. Most of all to see that special smile it speaks volumes, volunteer at an event you have made a difference to some very special anglers who may not have the chance without you.