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Dear IFSA supporters and friends,

Now into the second year of the Irish Fishing & Seafood Alliance I would like to thank the many subscribers who have made the existence of this organisation possible through payments and generous donations during 2021.

The IFSA continues to be a totally independent, non profit organisation and it receives no grants or subsidies from the EU, the Irish Government or the Department of Marine – it relies wholly on the subscriptions paid from the people in the fishing industry and the coastal communities, by vessels, processors, ancillary companies, sole traders and individuals.

Of the many contacts already asked to renew their subscription this month, every single one has renewed, even despite a small necessary fee increase – an indication that people are satisfied with the efforts of the IFSA in the past year.

So if you, your company or your vessel subscribed last year – or if you wish to become a new subscriber – please contact me by phone or text at 087 3913117 or email:

For anyone wishing to make any donations, bank details as follows:

Account name: Irish Fishing and Seafood Alliance

Acc No: 65603742 - Bank of Ireland, Killybegs, Co. Donegal

Sort Code (NSC): 904907

IBAN: IE29 BOFI 9049 0765 6037 42


* If you make a payment, please drop me an email to confirm and I can send you out a formal invoice/receipt for your records.

Postal address: IFSA, Elmwood Terrace, Killybegs, Co. Donegal.

Thanking you once again for your support

Cormac Burke,

Chairman, IFSA

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