How Proceeds Are Used

Duke's Damsel on a Train distributes proceeds from events, wine sales, and donations go to a select group of non-profit organizations that are mission-driven to help Pacific Northwest wild salmon.

When the founders began this benefit project in 2021, we short-listed a number of organizations focused on various components of Wild Salmon restoration and sustainability. After meeting with each in 2022, we narrowed our selection to three unique Pacific Northwest beneficiaries, each of whom focused on different, but critical work efforts we felt were essential to Pacific Northwest wild salmon restoration and sustainability.

2023 Beneficiaries

Long Live the Kings

Chinook jumping over a bronze colored water from a beautiful sunset

Photo by Chris Gill

Since 1986, Long Live the Kings (LLTK) has been restoring wild salmon and steelhead and supporting sustainable fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Our vision is a Northwest with a growing human population, a thriving economy, and strong and vibrant salmon runs. With your support, we’re making that vision a reality.

Save Our Wild Salmon

Salmon Leaping Out of River

Photo by Neil Ever Osborne

SOS is a coalition of northwest and national conservation organizations, recreational and commercial fishing associations, clean energy and orca advocates, businesses and citizens committed to protecting and restoring abundant, self-sustaining fishable populations of salmon and steelhead to the Columbia-Snake River Basin for the benefit of people and ecosystems.

Wild Fish Conservancy

School of fry by river rocks

Photo by Conrad Gowell

Wild Fish Conservancy is a conservation nonprofit dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring the northwest’s wild fish and the ecosystems they depend on. Through science, education, and advocacy, Wild Fish Conservancy works to advance technically and socially responsible solutions to habitat, hatchery, aquaculture, and harvest management to sustain the region’s wild fish heritage for generations to come.