Nicolas Lenze 12.22.21
Seeing the outdoor industry care for their communities makes me proud to be a part of it. These past few years have been tough for a lot of us, and for some, work has been scarce. This is why programs like Hunters for the Hungry seek to lift up those who have stumbled along their journey. Contributing to such programs for the second year in a row, Big Horn Armory donates $2,000 to the Wyoming Wildlife Federation.
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Big Horn Armory (BHA), makers of big-bore firearms, will be donating $2,000 to the Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) to help support its Hunters for the Hungry Program (H4H). This donation will go toward the costs incurred by processing and results in nearly 2,300 donated wild game meals for food-insecure families within Wyoming.
Big Horn Armory Donates $2,000 to the WWF
Big Horn Armory’s donation will go toward providing 2,300 meals to families who could use a little help. The Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program, since its inception in 2018, has distributed over 14,100 meals. The program currently operates in four counties, which include Sheridan, Johnson, Teton, and Fremont County, as well as the Wind River Reservation.
If you’d like to see what Big Horn Armory dishes out (other than generosity), head over to their website to see all they have to offer. If you’d like more content from Big Horn, follow them on social media. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you would like to learn more about the Wyoming Wildlife Federation and their Hunters for the Hungry Program, you can find out more from their website. Keep taking care of each other!