Warrior to the Woods Program Fundraiser
Fayetteville, North Carolina – -(AmmoLand.com)- We will be conducting our 2nd Annual Research, Educate, Advocate, Certify, Hunt (REACH) Banquet to raise funds for our Wounded Warrior to the Woods Program (W3P) and Warrior’s Dependent Youth Programs. The REACH Banquet will be held 11 September 2009 at the Gates Four Club House in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Our Branch began the W3P in the summer of 2008 with the intent of reuniting our heroes with the Great Outdoors. Many of these warriors were avid outdoor enthusiasts before being called to duty to serve our great nation. These warriors have suffered many injuries due to their sacrifice for the country they love. Due to the nature of their injuries, many of them are no longer able to pursue their passions without physical, mental, and financial support.
Our Branch also conducts educational seminars, hunting adventures and other outdoor activities for these great Americans. During these events our sponsored hunters are provided with a Hunter Education Course, clothing and equipment for their hunts and mentors who accompany them into the field. Our Branch is currently in the process of building disabled-accessible hunting blinds on Ft. Bragg to facilitate disabled veterans and disabled citizens, who hunt on Ft. Bragg, in their continued pursuit of their passion.
We are requesting donations in the form of merchandise, hunts and/or monetary donations for the Banquet. You may purchase a Silver ($250.00), Gold ($500.00) or Platinum ($1,000.00) sponsorship for your organization/business. Your donation will be acknowledged on the REACH Banquet brochure and banner. Any contribution/sponsorship from your organization/business would be greatly appreciated by our Branch and the Wounded Warriors and Warriors with Dependents.
We realize organizations & businesses receive many requests for support each year so the Fort Bragg QDMA Branch thanks you in advance for your consideration of our request.
I can be reached at [email protected] or by phone at (910) 261-7439. Please visit our web site, www.qdmafortbragg.com for more information about QDMA and our W3P Program.
QDMA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit wildlife conservation organization (# 90-0334437) that promotes safe and ethical hunting, adherence to wildlife and trespass laws, hunter involvement in education and management programs and is heavily involved in community outreach programs.