Hunters for the Hungry
One in five Texas families struggle to put enough food on the table. Hunters for the Hungry aims to put an end to their hunt for food.
ON THE HUNT TO END HUNGER
Hunters for the Hungry fights hunger and promotes environmental stewardship by distributing donated venison to Texans in need.
Through the program, hunters can drop off legally tagged, field-dressed whitetail or mule deer to participating meat processors. The partner processors prepare the venison for distribution through local food banks.
Hunters for the Hungry has provided over
10 million servings of venison to hungry Texans.
Hunters can help by:
• Bringing your legally tagged, field-dressed whitetail or mule deer to a participating meat processor. There is no cost to you!
Victoria: Harwell's Custom Processing (361-575-5106)
• Donating online or when you purchase your Texas hunting license. Your donation supports programming costs and meat processing fees.
Processors can help by:
• Becoming a participating processor by contacting your local food bank to sign up.
Prior to each hunting season, partner processors will receive donation receipts, two-pound chub packs for donated venison, and promotional materials. Processors are reimbursed at a market rate that is negotiated in an annual Hunters For The Hungry agreement with the food bank.
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Due to state and federal health regulations, Hunters for the Hungry is not able to accept donations of feral hog.