Help us secure a sustainable future for fisheries and aquaculture around the world.
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership is reshaping the world of corporate responsibility in the seafood industry through the creation of powerful information tools and a methodology that enables companies to directly engage with suppliers of natural resources.
Our Vision is one of healthy marine and aquatic ecosystems; secure seafood suppliers; and a thriving, responsible seafood economy.
Our Mission is to engage and catalyze global seafood supply chains in rebuilding depleted fish stocks and reducing the environmental impacts of fishing and fish farming.
Since its founding in 2006, SFP has been leading and catalyzing fishery and aquaculture improvement projects globally by convening, educating, and advising supply chain stakeholders including major retailers, restaurant chains, seafood brand owners, buyers, producers (fishers), nonprofit organizations, and fisheries management and scientific institutions to improve fisheries and aquaculture practices and policies.
SFP fills a specific gap between industry and the marine conservation community, utilizing the power of the private sector to help less well-managed fisheries meet the environmental requirements of major markets. Our work is organized around two main principles: making available up-to-date information on fisheries for the benefit of major buyers and other fisheries stakeholders; and using that information to engage all stakeholders along the supply chain in fisheries improvements and moving toward sustainability.
Donation checks should be sent to:
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership
4348 Waialae Avenue #692
Honolulu, HI 96816
For questions about donations, please contact us.
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Foundation is an independent, international NGO (US registered 501(c)(3)) promoting a new, solutions-based approach to fisheries and aquaculture improvement. SFP has a staff of around 60+ globally, with major projects in Asia, Europe, and North and South America. We do not campaign or provide eco-labels, but are dedicated to reducing the barriers to industry action to create a more sustainable world by leading and catalyzing fishery and aquaculture improvement projects globally.
As a nonprofit organization, SFP secures support from a variety of funding sources. These include private foundations, bilateral and multilateral government institutions, and industry partners. A full list of donors to SFP may be found in our annual report.