Helping Handicapped Hunters exists to “raise awareness, educate and use the outdoors as physical and mental therapy”. They accept donations, including guns, clothing, hunting gear, etc., along with monetary donations, as they would like to take handicapped hunters on their dream hunts every year. Helping Handicapped Hunters is based out of Great Falls, Montana, too!
Please take the time and give them a Facebook like to show your support and check out their latest hunting success stories from handicapped hunters all over the world. They encourage other handicapped hunters to share their hunting stories, too.
If you are interested in donating or contacting Helping Handicapped Hunters, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 406.836.0257. Thank you to all who support this program and other similar programs that allow dreams to become reality for handicapped hunters everywhere.
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