FOOD DRIVE ASKS SPORTSMEN TO DONATE FROZEN GAME

by KOTA  |  published on September 25, 2014

Hunters can drop off frozen game or any frozen item at either of the three family thrifts in Rapid City on September 20th from 10a.m. to 2p.m. The program also accepts donations of other non-perishable food items.

“Our whole purpose is to get healthy game meat to the people who really need it,” South Dakota Sportsman Against Hunger president Jeff Olson said. “We can’t give Feeding South Dakota enough meat”

Since 1993 hunters have donated over 750,000 pounds of game meat to needy families in South Dakota through Sportsmen Against Hunger. This milestone of game meat donation translates to over 3,000,000 meals of meat to those who need it most.

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