BHA’s donation will go to the Wyoming's Wildlife Federation's Hunters for the Hungry Program to help provide 3,245 meals to food-insecure families during this holiday season.
Cody, Wyo. (Ammoland.com) – Big Horn Armory (BHA), makers of big-bore firearms, will be donating $3,000 to the Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) to help support their Hunters for the Hungry Program (H4H). This donation will go toward 3,245 meals donated to food-insecure families within Wyoming.
“We are thrilled to be able to do something to help out our community in Wyoming during the holiday season through our donation, ensuring that more Wyoming citizens will get a healthy meal during the end of this unforgettable year,” commented Greg Buchel, president of Big Horn Armory.
WWF’s H4H Program began in the fall of 2018. It has grown from supporting two to four counties in 2020. The counties include Sheridan, Johnson, Teton, and Fremont and H4H is looking to expand to an additional two to four more counties in 2021. Over the last two years, 2,350 pounds of meat has been donated through the program to food-insecure families in these counties and the Wind River Reservation.
“A great Wyoming company giving back to put healthy, wild game on the tables of those in need is about as good as it gets. A very big thank you to Big Horn Armory!” commented Dwayne Meadows, executive director of WWF.
The H4H Program was created to connect hunters and meat processors with charitable food organizations to provide high-quality, nutritious food to community members in need. This program builds on a foundation of conservation stewards who look to give back to local communities by sharing the harvest and cultivating