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“How much would it cost to build one pond and stock it with a few fish for one family?” 

Generally, a donation of US$ 100 is sufficient to construct a family pond measuring 100 square meters and to provide an initial stocking of fish.

This will enable us to teach a poor family in a developing country in Asia or Africa to grow fish to feed themselves and produce some income through the sale of fish to neighbours. Many of our projects target women for their empowerment.

Since many of our families have four or more children a donation of US$ 100 would have a direct beneficial impact on a family of six.

We have completed numerous projects to date, please visit our Projects pages to view reports on our achievements.

Currently we are aiming to create Aquaculture Learning Centres in a number of developing countries, enabling renewable, sustainable aquaculture and capacity building.

Your generous support can help so many.  Your consideration is much appreciated.

Click Here to make a secure on-line donation to AwF today

Thank you!


Need help with your donation?

Contact Dave Conley who will be happy to help you.

Please contact Dave through:
Tel:    +1 613 294 3078

AwF charitable registration information

Incorporated in California #2671553. Exempt from State and Federal [section 501(c) (3)] taxes as a public charity

How AwF uses your funds

From our founding in 2004 until recently, the funds raised by AwF are heading towards US$500,000. Of this total about US$150,000 consisted of direct donations to AwF, from which banking charges have consumed 5.3%. Initially there were no management costs because we employed no staff and all other operational expenses were borne by our directors. This means that over the majority of the first 10 years, an average of about 95 cents of every dollar donated has gone directly to our work of promoting and supporting responsible and sustainable aquaculture to assist in poverty alleviation through improving rural livelihoods in developing and transition countries. Since 2012 our Board agreed to pay a monthly fee of USD1000 to our Executive Director to assist with regular expenses and costs.

For more detailed information about our finances, contact either Dave Conley or Roy Palmer.