Volunteer with New Hampshire Community Seafood

New Hampshire Community Seafood is a cooperative that welcomes participation from volunteers. Here are just a few of the ways that you can get involved.  Please contact us to let us know you’re interested.

 Label Bags. Help our shares get ready for delivery by labeling bags Fridays at the Portsmouth Fishing Pier, between 12pm-3pm. Email Andrea andrea.csfish@gmail.com for more information.


Help distribute fish.  Help hand out shares to our members weekly at one of our pick-up locations. Come one time or for a full 6-week season.

Bring us to your community.  Want to have our delicious, fresh, local seafood delivered to your town? Please feel free to contact us with a suggested pick-up location. In order to qualify, we need a list of 20 community members interested in participating.  We can connect you with other people in your town who have expressed an interest.

Spread the word.  We need volunteers to help with outreach. You can distribute our CSF postcards, table at an event, hang flyers in your community or help us contact journalists and bloggers.

Print, download, and share this flyer! (.pdf)


Promote us on social media.  Help NHCS any time of day! Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Please Like, comment on, Share and Re-Tweet our posts with your family, friends, and colleagues. #nhcsf  

And if you’re a CSF member, we encourage you to become a stockholder.

No time to volunteer?  Eat at one of our Restaurant Supported Fishery (RSF) restaurants.  Let them know you’re a CSF member and thank them for participating in our RSF.

We are a COMMUNITY Supported Fishery and rely on our wonderful COMMUNITY members and CSF members to help us run smoothly!

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