One time or monthly donation?

Your contribution, no matter how big or small, makes a huge difference to the Pacific Northwest's wild, native fish and homewaters. If you're interested in other ways to donate see below.

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For over 20 years, the Native Fish Society has been exclusively dedicated to the recovery of wild, native fish. Our goal is to promote stewardship by supporting local volunteer River Stewards watersheds across the Northwest.

You can help us achieve this goal by making the Native Fish Society's mission your legacy through any of the following bequest options:

Naming the Native as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy or retirement plan;
Making a gift of appreciated securities, land, or other assets;
Designating the Native Fish Society as a beneficiary of your estate;
Creating a charitable gift annuity; or
Making a tax-free rollover gift directly from your IRA, 403(b), 401(k), Keogh or profit-sharing pension plan.

By doing any of the following you join a growing number of like-minded visionaries creating a legacy that confirms your commitment to restoring wild salmon and steelhead. You can make a bequest to support our general program, a specific Native Fish Society initiative or campaign, a region we work in (Northern California, Oregon, Western Idaho, and Washington), or designate the gift specifically to support a future river steward in your homewaters.

To learn more about establishing your legacy through Bequest giving, please contact Tom Derry

A Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is a great way to support Native Fish Society's work building a public groundswell to revive abundant wild fish across the Pacific Northwest. DAFs give you the ability to determine how and when you give and to specify a gift for a specific project or a general contribution.

To make a contribution from your DAF, contact your sponsoring organization (ex: Schwab Charitable, your local community foundation etc.) and designate your gift for Native Fish Society. Click the link below to use the tool from DAF Direct, which allows you to log into your sponsoring organization and designate a specific program and dollar amount for the Native Fish Society.

Give From Your Donor Advised Fund

Also, sometimes Donor Advised Funds do not share your contact information with us. If you do make a DAF contribution to Native Fish Society, please contact Tracy Buckner to ensure that you are acknowledged and thanked for your gift.

Native Fish Society is a 501c3 charitable non-profit organization. Tax Id: 93-1187474

Employer Matched Donations

Does your employer match your charitable contributions? If so, your donations to Native Fish Society could make twice the positive impact for your homewaters. To find out, contact your Human Resources or Finance Department and inquire about a Matching Gift Form. Call Native Fish Society at 503.344.4218 with any questions.

Employer matched donations can be submitted electronically or mailed to:

Native Fish Society
P.O. Box 1536
Oregon City, OR 97045

Native Fish Society is a 501c3 charitable non-profit organization. Tax Id: 93-1187474

Shopping Rewards

If you shop at your local Fred Meyer / Kroger, or through, you can easily and quickly enroll in their rewards programs. Native Fish Society will receive a quarterly deposit directly from these businesses which helps boost our bottom line in order for us to continue the work we do to revive abundant wild fish in the Pacific Northwest.

Fred Meyer Community Rewards

Micro-Donation Apps

There are many other ways to give by simply doing what you do every day. Buying groceries? Use the RoundUp app to round your total to the dollar and NFS keeps the change. Shopping on eBay? Make sure NFS is your charity of choice. Having a birthday? Create a Facebook Fundraiser so your friends and family can easily give to your favorite nonprofit - Native Fish Society! Click on the links below for more information about each service.

PayPal Giving Fund
eBay for Charity

Coming soon...stay tuned!

Feel free to send Tracy Buckner a message with any donation-related questions you might have in the meantime.