Legal hunting is the primary source of funding for wildlife conservation, research, and enforcement programs in North America and around the globe. More than a billion dollars are generated annually by the sale of hunting and fishing licenses, permit fees, taxes on outdoor equipment and on private land maintained for sporting activities. Safari Club members reinforce our commitment to conservation by funding more than 150 wildlife conservation projects annually. Many of the chapter projects receive matching grants from the Safari Club International Foundation combining for a yearly investment exceeding $1.5 Million. In addition to the yearly conservation projects, we are involved in a wide variety of charitable programs. These are just a few:
* We feed millions of hungry people through Sportsmen Against Hunger
* We help the sight-impaired experience the wonder of wildlife through Sensory Safaris
* We make hunting dreams come true for terminally ill children through Safari Wish
* We provide medical services and supplies to needy people in underprivileged countries through SafariCare.
31st Annual Banquet & Fundraiser
Springfield Country Club
February 21, 2015
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Safari Club International - Delaware Valley Chapter
Michael A. Siddons - President
Bill MacFarland - President Elect