Outdoor Gear Online Auction Benefits Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry

If you want to bid on some great outdoor items, plus help Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, then check out the 2019 Hunger Benefit National Auction.

Outdoor Gear Online Auction Benefits Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry

The 4th annual Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) National Auction is now underway, and it will continue into May with new items listed every few days. Participants may visit www.fhfh.org/auction to view and bid on a variety of merchandise including bows, crossbows, firearms, hunting blinds, hunting accessories and more. Proceeds will support the organization’s mission to help hunters and farmers donate nutritious meat to feed the hungry of their communities.

FHFH staff extends a heartfelt thank you to the following supporters who have provided donated and discounted merchandise for this year’s fundraising auction:

  • CVA / BPI Outdoors
  • Excalibur Crossbow
  • Henry Repeating Arms
  • Hoyt Archery
  • Lyman Products
  • Mathews Archery
  • Mission Crossbows
  • National Rifle Association (NRA)
  • Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA)
  • Redneck Blinds
  • TenPoint Crossbows
  • Twigg Cycles of Hagerstown, Maryland

Companies and organizations interested in supporting the FHFH mission can learn more at www.fhfh.org/partnering-sponsors.

The FHFH math is easy: One donated deer equals 200 meals.
The FHFH math is easy: One donated deer equals 200 meals.

About Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry

People across America who struggle with food insecurity are often desperate for meat and protein items. FHFH gives nutritious meat to feeding programs and ministries that help those in need by paying local butcher shops to process deer and livestock that are donated by farmers and hunters. The organization welcomes new supporters and volunteers to join the cause. To learn more visit www.fhfh.org, call toll-free (866) 438-3434, or email staff@fhfh.org.

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