New Seafood Club Membership (TEST)
Buying a Membership to Fishadelphia's Seafood Club is becoming part of our community and getting to pick up a variety of fresh seafood every other week. You pay in advance, we bring fresh fish to Philly, and then you pick up your Share at your chosen location. 🐠
If you had an account on our old website, you need to make a new account when you sign up again here.
When you sign up for a Membership, you choose how much you pay. We ask that you choose based on your financial resources; one rule of thumb is that your Rate should be around your hourly pay rate (assuming you work full time).
- For example, if you make more than $36/hr or $75k/year, consider joining at the Supporter level. If your income makes you eligible for public assistance (SNAP or Medicaid), then you should consider joining at our Community Rate and Neighbor Share Rates. These open up as we have the resources available; put your name on our waitlist here.
- Community rate is limited to community members who might otherwise not be able to afford fresh, high-quality seafood regularly. You are eligible for the community discount if you are eligible for SNAP, Medicaid, or other public assistance. To learn more about getting on our community rate waitlist, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Market rate covers the actual cost of a share, including the seafood, filleting, delivery, and paying everyone living wages. Anyone is eligible to join at this rate, but if you earn more than $36/hr or $75k salary, consider joining at the Supporter or Sustainer level.
- Supporter rate supports subsidized seafood programs (including Community Rate and Neighbor Share) and educational programming. As of Fall 2022, it covers 85% of a Community Rate subsidy. If you make more than $36/hr or $75k/year, consider joining at the Supporter level.
- Sustainer Rate supports subsidized seafood programs (including Community Rate and Neighbor Share) and educational programming. As of Fall 2022, it covers a single Neighbor Share or 1.7 Community Rate subsidies. If you make more than $48/hr or $100k/year as an individual (or $150k/yr as a household of two adults), consider joining at the Sustainer level.
For more information about our sliding scale, see the image below or check out the "Our Tiers" page.