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Let Them Fish

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In order to help us to achieve our mission of providing equal and sustainable fishing opportunities, we require support through donations.

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Any donation will have an immeasurable impact on the lifestyle of a generation that faces constant struggle. We are a volunteer based organisation who rely on your donations to ship donated gear from around the country to Auckland and then onto the Pacific Island's. The administrational costs such as website hosting and establishing collection points in fishing shops also require covering but our focus is on our mission of providing and educating for equal sustainable fishing opportunities worldwide.

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Let them Fish is a charitable trust established to educate and provide for sustainable and efficient fishing in developing communities, with good second hand gear. These people depend on this as their livelihood.

Started in 2015 by Finn Ross and Max Lichtenstein, who are both young, passionate kiwi outdoorsmen from Auckland.

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  • Matt

    Matt on 06 Oct 2016


    Keep up the good work!


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