It’s no secret the NRA has been a leading advocate of Hunters for the Hungry programs since the early 1990s. This November, we advance our advocacy and celebrate our creation of National Wild Game Meat Donation Month to inspire hunters everywhere to share surplus game.
This November, the NRA and its members will celebrate the first-ever “Wild Game Meat Donation Month” to encourage all hunters to donate extra venison or other game meat to help provide meals for those in need.
The Boone and Crockett Club and the National Rifle Association’s Hunters’ Leadership Forum (HLF) are working together to develop an online education platform to teach hunter ethics.
NRA HLF Donates $120,000 to First Hunt Foundation to Develop Free Online National Hunting Mentor Training
The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum will help FHF, a national R3 organization, develop free, online interactive training mentors may use to recruit, train and retain new hunters.
The 10th Annual Women’s Antelope Hunt sponsored by the Wyoming Women’s Foundation fosters teamwork to focus on recruiting new hunters and investing in the economic self-sufficiency of women throughout the Cowboy State.
The NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum has announced the return of support for the Hunters for the Hungry subsidy program. A total of $60,000 has been committed to fund HFH affiliates throughout the country to cover the cost of processing, shipping and distributing donated meat.
The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum has awarded a $50,000 challenge grant to the First Hunt Foundation to help establish the Hunting Heritage Endowment and provide for on-the-ground mentoring work.
As part of the organization’s 150-year stewardship of shooting and hunting, the NRA in 2016 created the Hunters’ Leadership Forum to push against the demonization of hunting.
On November 27, governor Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 147 into law, allowing hunting on three Sundays each calendar year; one during the deer rifle season, one during the deer archery season and another to be determined by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.