Monday, August 25, 2008

Kids Hunting For A Cure

© By Othmar Vohringer

Kids Hunting For a Cure is a non-profit organization that provides financial support to research hospitals/foundations dedicated to developing cures for cancer and childhood diseases. Monies are raised by children and adults through community-sponsored outdoor events designed for youth.

Kids Hunting for a Cure is set up to donate its proceeds to Children Hospitals and to local research hospitals and foundations, upon approval of the Board of Directors.

Kids Hunting for a Cure hopes to encourage other interested groups to contact us about events they would like to put on in their area. We hope that giving to the Hospitals with the incentive of supporting your local organization will empower outdoors people to help others.

Kids Hunting for a Cure needs the support of all Tennessee hunters for their upcoming event “Kids Hunting for a Cure” Meet-n-Greet Event held on September 20, 2008 (Saturday). The event begins at 9:00 am until 3:00pm on the Lincoln County Horse Show Grounds located on Hwy 431 north.

This Meeting is for everyone interested in sponsorship, donations or working at the event. At the meeting local landowners who generously donated their private land for use during the hunt will be honoured, because with out these landowners these hunting events could not be held.

Kids Hunting for a Cure is a terrific organization that has helped many sick children, but they can’t do that important work without the active and generous support from the hunting community. For more information about the event and the organization please visit: Kids Hunting For A Cure

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Tom Sorenson said...

A great organization. I haven't looked in to them much, yet - but I've heard a few other people speak very highly about the organization. Sounds like a winner.

SimplyOutdoors said...

Does sound like a great organization. Thanks for pointing them out.

Othmar Vohringer said...

I didn’t know either about this organization until it was pointed out to me. This just goes to show that we as hunters always should look closer to home. Protecting our hunting heritage starts like everything else, in our own backyard.

Anonymous said...

I think that is a great organization and I surely hope they do well. We should have a lot more groups like that.

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