Hagerstown, MD -(AmmoLand.com)- Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) will be featured on an episode of Mossy Oak’s Hunting the Country entitled “Helping Hands” which will air Tuesday, January 5th at both 5 PM and 9 PM as well as Thursday, January 7th at 12:30 AM on the Outdoor Channel.
The episode will follow two young hunters who shoot and donate deer to FHFH, learning a wide variety of lessons along the way. Footage from hunts in Mississippi and soup kitchen meat distribution at the Frederick Rescue Mission of Frederick, Maryland will be included.
“We are grateful to our long-time supporting partner Haas Outdoors and Mossy Oak Productions for continuing to sharing the FHFH mission with their nationwide audience,” said FHFH Executive Director Josh Wilson. “We hope this episode of Hunting the Country blesses viewers as they watch several young hunters donate their harvest to help feed those in need.”
Share the news of this event with friends and family and consider posting the dates and times on social media. Past television episodes featuring FHFH have introduced the mission to hunters, volunteers, donors, and supporters across the nation leading to new chapters and expansion into new areas.
Inspired by a passion for the outdoors and compassion for the needy, FHFH is committed to addressing the problem of hunger in America. With volunteers serving in 28 states, FHFH supports local feeding programs in a unique and relevant way. The organization welcomes new supporters and volunteers to join the cause.
About Mossy Oak’s Hunting the Country:
Hunting stories from the very heart of the tradition share memories from our common past and collective future on the brand’s flagship series. Launched in 1995 and in continuous production ever since, one of the longest-running series in outdoor television remains one of the most popular because, no matter how much technology comes into play, at its heart, hunting’s heritage remains the same.
For more information, visit: www.mossyoak.com/the-brands/productions/hunting-the-country.