Donating To NASF

Donating To NASF

NASF is funded by donations from the private sector so the best way to help NASF continue its valuable work is to make a cash donation. You can make a charitable donation in the USA or UK very easily by downloading a form and sending to the addresses provided.


MAKING A CHARITABLE DONATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
UK tax deductable donation of GBP

Please make cheques payable to Migratory Salmon Foundation (UK Charity no. 1068311) and send to:
Mr Jonathan Simpkiss, 25 Voltaire Road, London SW14 6DF, UK

 


MAKING A CHARITABLE DONATION IN USA
US tax deductable donation of USD

Checks made payable to The North Atlantic Salmon Fund (US) and send to:
Mr John Ashton, PO Box 6176, Ketchum, ID 83340, USA
Note. NASF (US) is a qualified Section 501 (c)(3) organization and your contribution is tax deductable.

Donate in Dollars to Icleandic account

 

MAKING A CHARITABLE DONATION IN ICELAND

Please make cheques payable to The North Atlantic Salmon Fund and send to:
NASF, Skipholti 35, 105 Reykjavik, ICELAND

Donate in Euros to Icleandic account

 


FUNDRAISING EVENTS

Another valuable source of income is through fund-raising events, such as the salmon dinners and auctions. We would gratefully accept donations of new or valuable used tackle from companies or individuals, and would especially appreciate offers of salmon or trout fishing anywhere in the world. Fishing that is not normally available to the angling public would be of great value. We will also consider offers of angling books, art, fine wines, general holiday destinations, etc, etc.



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