NAHC is proud to support Wyoming Disabled Hunters
July 26, 2018 Philanthropies / Charities
Founded in 2008, Wyoming Disabled Hunters (WDH) is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization whose mission is to provide an affordable hunt for disabled individuals, including the visually impaired.
WDH offers rifle and archery hunts in Cody, Powell, Hyattville, Meeteese and Ten Sleep, Wyoming for hunters from across the United States. Since the first hunt in 2009, this organization has grown and now offers approximately 34 elk, deer and antelope hunts each year. WDH’s success rate is 85-90% and their beneficiaries include disabled veterans.
To participate in a WDH hunt, an individual must qualify as a disabled hunter under the Wyoming Game and Fish guidelines and obtain a Disabled Hunter Permit.
Once a hunter arrives in Wyoming, meals and lodging are provided by WDH. In order to ensure the hunt is affordable, WDH also pays for standard processing. If assistance is needed with travel or other expenses, including the hunting license, scholarship applications are available for qualifying hunters. The nine board members and a few other volunteers work year-round raising funds to provide hunts that are affordable for all, so any and all donations are greatly appreciated.
Please join us in supporting Wyoming Disabled Hunters by making a financial donation or offering the gift of your time or resources.
Questions? Want to know more or are ready to get involved?
Wyoming Disabled Hunters
P.O. Box 2232
Cody, WY 82414
Categories: Philanthropies / Charities