Herring Sale for Autism

We regret that ACT will not hold a Herring Sale in 2022 due to circumstances beyond our control. We appreciate your interest and will be in contact when we have details of a future sale.

We’d like to thank all our supporters, especially our volunteers, Oceanside Fisheries and the Steveston Harbour Authority for joining us over the last four years. The Herring Sale is ACT’s largest annual fundraiser. If you’d like to donate to ACT’s programs, please visit our donation page.

ACT 不得不取消今年的自閉症鯡魚義賣。


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Thanking Oceanside Fisheries and all the Herring Sale Volunteers

ACT appreciates the continuing generosity and enthusiasm of Anne McCaw and Mike Rekis of Oceanside Fisheries, who donated 33,000 lbs of herring for the 2021 Herring Sale for Autism. We also extend our gratitude to the volunteers who braved the chilly weather to help sell every single one of those icy fish and to the sponsors who all contributed to ensuring the sale was a tremendous success:

  • Abbey Rekis
  • Anna Donnelly
  • Anne McCaw
  • Anne Millerd
  • Barry O’Rourke
  • Bob MacDonald
  • Brian van Dorf
  • Courtenay Rekis
  • Darrell Hills
  • Doug Shinde
  • Grant McMillan
  • Ian Geldres
  • Jamil Moore
  • Jason Kuramoto
  • John Kitchen
  • John Olafsen
  • Juan Geldres
  • Kenneth Cole
  • Ken Johnson
  • Ken Yoshikawa
  • Kerry Mcdonald
  • Len Fanning
  • Muriel Bevendick
  • Nicole Provost
  • Paul Bevendick
  • Richie Chin
  • Rob Clarke
  • Sheldon Williams
  • Steveston Harbour Authority
  • Stingray Radio
  • Tom Zeng
  • Trevor Wu
  • Tsur Sommerville
  • Zimo Wang
This event is being sponsored by Oceanside Fisheries with support from the Steveston Harbour Authority.
Herring being loaded into bags

2021 Herring Sale Photo by Grant McMillan

ACT – Autism Community Training is British Columbia’s leading provider of community-based professional development and parent training in autism and diverse needs. Since 2010, ACT has provided 25,000 registrants with 200,000 hours of live training featuring leading clinicians and researchers.