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Meet our nonprofit partners!

We’re honored to work with organizations preserving, protecting, educating and giving back. RareWaters donates over $100,000 a year in cash and kind to great causes in the fly fishing community.

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$25 of your subscription will be donated to one of the below causes.
TroutUnlimited
TROUT UNLIMITED
Founded in Michigan in 1959, Trout Unlimited today is a national non-profit organization with 300,000 members and supporters dedicated to conserving, protecting and restoring North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. Our staff and volunteers work from coast to coast to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain trout and salmon habitat on behalf of today’s anglers and coming generations of sportsmen and women who value the connection between healthy, intact habitat and angling opportunity.
fishingTheGoodFight
FISHING THE GOOD FIGHT
Fishing the Good Fight, Inc. is a non-profit corporation leveraging the therapeutic benefits of fly fishing to support Men’s Mental Health.​
We all know men who have taken their lives. We all know men who have had significant struggles with mental illness and/ or substance abuse. This silent epidemic needs to be addressed, and we believe fly fishing and tying can help. We raise money to help reduce the stigma, empower men to take action and subsidize mental health services.
castingForRecovery
CASTING FOR RECOVERY
Casting for Recovery (CfR) provides healing outdoor retreats for women with breast cancer, at no cost to the participants. CfR’s retreats offer opportunities for women to find inspiration, discover renewed energy for life, and experience healing connections with other women and nature. The retreats are open to women with breast cancer of all ages, in all stages of treatment and recovery. For over 20 years, women from all walks of life have benefitted from CfR’s inspiring program model.
PROJECT HEALING WATERS
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. (PHWFF) began in 2005 serving wounded military service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since then, PHWFF has expanded nationwide, establishing its highly successful program in Department of Defense hospitals, Warrior Transition Units, and Veterans Affairs Medical Centers and clinics.
Project Healing Waters brings a high-quality, full-spectrum fly fishing program to an ever-expanding number of disabled active military service personnel across the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, in Military Hospitals and the Warrior Transition Command. We focus our resources wherever the need is greatest and expand our partner base in the process. PHWFF has become recognized as an innovative leader and model in the field of therapeutic outdoor recreation for the disabled, through its successful application of the sport of fly fishing as a rehabilitation tool.
THE MAYFLY PROJECT
The Mayfly Project is a 501(c)(3) national organization that uses fly fishing as a catalyst to mentor and support children in foster care. The Mission of The Mayfly Project is to support children in foster care through fly fishing and introduce them to their local water ecosystems, with a hope that connecting them to a rewarding hobby will provide an opportunity for foster children to have fun, build confidence, and develop a meaningful connection with the outdoors.