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How Hunters for the Hungry Works

Go Hunting

Millions of hunters in the United States are able to harvest more than they can eat or share with friends and family. 

Find A Drop Off Location

This program exists to connect hunters with organizations that will process, package and deliver protein to a food bank.

Feed Families In Need

After the meat has been processed and packaged, food banks distribute meals to families in need throughout the country.

What you need to know before you donate: 

  • Game must be legally harvested 
  • All game must be field dressed 
  • Each state has different rules and regulations for donations, please check with your local drop off location prior

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Want To Know More?

Contact us (800) 492-4868 opt. 3 or email for more information.


Hunters for the Hungry

NRA Hunters for the Hungry is a state-by-state cooperative effort among hunters, sportsmen's associations, meat processors, state meat inspectors and hunger relief organizations to help feed those in need. Over the past three years, such programs have brought hundreds of thousands of pounds of venison to homeless shelters, soup kitchens and food banks.