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Donations to Date: 35,512 POUCHES

We're filling up boxes with 60 pouches of SeaBear Ready-To-Eat Salmon, to send to military personnel stationed overseas, as a treat from back home, and to let them know we are thinking about them. Our Ready-to-Eat Smoked Salmon pouches are fully cooked, and their unique packaging makes them ideal for shipping to any environment. We've shipped our care packages to aircraft carriers, remote outposts in the Middle East, South Asia, and more!

How It Works

For every pouch you buy to donate, SeaBear will match it 100% by adding another pouch. When the case is filled with 60 pouches we'll ship it off, and start another one for a new military unit!

Buy one pouch to contribute, and we’ll match it with another. Buy 5 pouches, and we'll put in 5 more, and so on—or, buy 30 and you get to pick where the whole case of 60 gets sent.


About Our Treat the Troops Program

Our Treat the Troops program was founded in 2013 by a SeaBear employee (and Marine mom!) who sent some Ready-to-Eat salmon to a Navy Seal on mission in Iraq. An idea sparked to get the salmon to more of our servicemembers, and Treat the Troops was born. Since then, our program has reached servicemembers across the globe, and shipped 30,000 pouches and counting.

One of the six core values at SeaBear is "We Are Good Citizens." We live this out primarily by giving back in two ways: involvement hyper-locally in our Anacortes & Skagit County community, and globally via our Treat the Troops program. We have a special place in our hearts for the members of our Armed Forces. Our home in Anacortes is just a few miles from Naval Base Whidbey Island, and just north of Naval Base Everett and Joint Base Lewis-McChord. SeaBear Smokehouse is the proud employer of veterans and military spouses.