Are you ready to hunt and simultaneously help fight hunger? Indiana hunters are encouraged to donate their harvested deer to the Sportsman’s Benevolence Fund to support hungry Hoosiers during the upcoming seasons.
The Sportsman’s Benevolence Fund provides grants to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry, Dubois County Sportsmen Club, and Hunters and Farmers Feeding the Hungry to pay for processing fees when hunters donate legally harvested deer to the program.
The steps to participate are simple:
- Enjoy a deer hunting experience.
- Harvest your deer.
- Drop off your field-dressed deer at a local participating processor. J&J Quality Meats in Bourbon is the local processor in Marshall County.
- Processing fees are paid for by the Sportsman’s Benevolence Fund.
- The processor will create a healthy venison burger to distribute to food banks.