About Fishing For Memories
How we help
Fishing For Memories’ (FFM) programs (begun in ’04) are designed to provide fun opportunities for children and youth, ages 5 to 17, to learn about fish identification and the responsible use and conservation of the environment. Also, FFM’s programs help them learn fishing skills and participate in cooperation-building activities. FFM continually strives to provide Western Pennsylvanian children/youth and their families an encouraging atmosphere to strengthen them one memory at a time.
Fishing For Memories, Inc. was founded on July 3, 2003, by Christopher and Jennie Ebner. FFM, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, serves the communities of Butler, Allegheny, and surrounding counties in Western Pennsylvania.
As of December 31, 2021, Fishing For Memories, Inc. has served 617 children/youth, 242 adults, from 292 families, totaling 859 people from Butler and surrounding counties.
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Make a Moment Become a Memory
Fishing For Memories, Inc. has a strategy that can work for many families. Over the years we have received donations from caring community members who had heard about Fishing For Memories, Inc. by word of mouth.
Please help us continue to encourage the families in our communities through our fishing programs and outdoor bonding activities.
Fishing for Memories, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves children ages 5-17 and their families, primarily in Southwestern Pennsylvania, by giving them the opportunity to disconnect from life stressors and refocus on family connections while learning fishing skills, fish identification, and environmental conservation.
Fishing For Memories, Inc. engages families in positive outdoor programs that foster effective communication, empower individuals to reach their potential, and strengthen family bonds.