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C1555_R190_bg-content-welcomemat1Jose Wejebe  Memorial Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization under the tax-exempt code, and headquartered in Summerland Key Florida.  The mission of the Jose Wejebe Memorial Foundation is to honor Jose’s legacy by matching his passion for conservation, education, and making fishing dreams come true.

“The Spanish Fly Spirit lives in all of us.”


Jimmy Buffett Autographed Guitar Raffle

Key West Parrot Head Club presents Jimmy Buffert Autographed Guitar Raffle benefiting the Jose Wejebe Foundation. This is a one-of-a-kind item from one of music’s most influential storytellers and also a personal friend of Jose’s. Buy a ticket and be a part of Jimmy’s effort to support the Jose Wejebe Memorial Foundation. Only 1,000 tickets […]

Halfway Thru Hurricane Season Benefit Party – Save the Date

Join the Jose Wejebe Memorial Foundation at Irish Kevin’s on September 28 for the 2nd Annual Halfway Thru Hurricane Season Party. Raffles, Silent Auction, Good Company and a great cause. See you there! September 28th, 2019 4pm – 8pm at Irish Kevin’s 211 Duval Street, Key West FL 33040 Raffles! Silent Auction! Entertainment! Great Company […]

Spanish Fly Music Festival – Jan 26, 2020

Spanish Fly Music Festival is coming back to Boondocks Grille & Draft House on Jan 26, 2020! Live Music, Auctions & Raffles – Help make fishing dreams come true!

Fish For Jose 2020 – Save the Date

Save the weekend of March 6-8 2020 to #FISHFORJOSE

#FISHFORJOSE 2019 Thank You & Reflection

Our third annual Fish for Jose weekend was a huge success. The Kick-Off Party was hosted by the Square Grouper’s My New Joint. As always, the food was absolutely delicious. Whenever you find yourself in the Florida Keys, My New Joint should be on your list as food destination! Saturday morning, we held our second […]

Post Irma Projects

Things have changed down here in the Florida Keys.  Some things for the better, and a lot for the worse.  Housing is expensive here in the Keys, and the tornados that followed the hurricane hammered some of the more affordable areas to live.  Many people have moved, many are without homes; some are still living […]