Sponsors

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This year we received a generous grant of $8,500 from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Quality of Life grant program.  These funds will be used to assist our hunters with their travel costs to and from the hunt.  Check out the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation at https://www.christopherreeve.org/

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The Rocky Mtn Elk Foundation has been a big supporter of ours.  They have provided grants to us for habitat improvement and to assist hunters with their travel expenses.  Go see what they’re all about at http://www.rmef.org/

 

 

outdoorsmenWyoming Outdoorsmen have been big supporters of our hunts with their members volunteering their time as well as the club donating money to fund habitat improvement projects and to finance our hunts.  Find out more about them at http://wyomingoutdoorsmen.weebly.com/

 

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The Lions Clubs of Powell and Cody have been big supporters of our since the very beginning.  They’ve helped us purchase blinds, donated to fund our hunts and gave us the money to purchase Nite Sites which we use to help our visually impaired hunters be more independent taking their shots. Go see what other great works they do at http://codylionsclub.org/

 

 

 

 

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The Shoshone Back Country Horsemen have done a lot in support of us from monetary contributions to members volunteering their time as companion hunters, helping with habitat improvement work days and even processing game.  Please check them out at http://myweb.wyoming.com/~wyobch/shoshone.html

 

 

 

 

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Marathon employees, though their Work Place Giving Program, donated $250.  Those funds were matched 100% by the company.   Also through Ambassador where in the company gave $500 per employee who contributed at least 30 hrs of their own time to helping us.  Finally Marathon’s Philanthropy committee discretionary spending program contributed $1,000.

The Paul Stock Foundation has made sizeable contributions to help us fund equipment purchases like our track chairs.  The Foundation has also given toward our sponsor a hunter program where we defray our hunters costs for travel and their licenses.

The Park County Rec. Board has financed the pruchase of several pieces of equipment for us over the past years including devices for hunter with limited use of their hands and arms to aim and fire their own shots

Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust donated $7,250 to help further our habitat restoration efforts on the Nature Conservancy Lease near Heart Mountain.

MDU Reosurces contributed $4,000 to go toward our hunt expenses including meals and lodging during our hunts as well as meat processing.

Park County Travel Council’s grant provided $2,750 for advertising expenses.  These funds were used for booth rentals at the county fair and outdoor shows as well as magazine ad space.

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Body and Paint by Tate doanted $3000 worth of parts and labor to get our new van repaired and some modifications completed so we xould transport our hunters this fall.