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Safari Club International - New England Chapter
Ayer, Massachusetts, United States
Safari Club International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of wildlife, education of the people, and the protection of hunters rights. Founded in 1972, Safari Club International is a worldwide charitable organization that promotes wildlife conservation and education, provides services for people in need, and functions as an advocate for hunters and hunting. More than 50,000 members and 190 chapters in 103 countries empower the SCI mission around the globe
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Safari Club International - North Florida Chapter
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
North Florida Chapter of Safari Club International We have the obligation to be leaders. If hunting is to survive in this country and in the world, it will be because of you. — General H. Norman Schwarzkopf (addressing SCI members)
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Safari Club International - Northern Michigan Regional Chapter
Alpena, Michigan, United States
Northern Michigan Regional Chapter of Safari Club International is a 501 C (4) tax exempt organization. The Chapter was chartered by Safari Club International in 1998. The Chapter operates with a volunteer staff – there are no paid employees. The Chapter is based in Alpena, Michigan but the Chapter’s membership list includes individuals from locations all over northern Michigan, a number of states within the US, seven Canadian Provinces, Mexico, New Zealand and South Africa. The Northeast Michigan Chapter has four primary project focuses: Safari Wish - designed for young people who are critically ill and/or who are challenged physically or mentally; Michigan Heroes – designed to provide a hunting experience for active duty service men and women who have been deployed to the Middle East; Sportsmen Against Hunger – designed to provided processed wild game to homeless and/or economically disadvantaged individuals in northern Michigan; and, educational programs designed to expose young people to the out-of-doors and to teach them about the role that hunting plays in wildlife conservation. All Chapter activities are currently funded with resources generated by the Chapter’s annual auction/banquets and donations from Chapter members. “Into the Wild” will be the 14th annual banquet/auction of the Northeast Michigan Chapter – Safari Club International. “Into the Wild” is scheduled for March 2 and 3, 2012 at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa near Traverse City, Michigan. We welcome the participation of both members and non-members. More information about this fund-raising program can be found on the Chapter’s website – www.nemisci.com.
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Safari Club International - Northwest Arkansas Chapter
Neosho, Missouri, United States
Protecting hunters’ rights and promoting wildlife conservation, SCI’s two areas of focus, historically has been the interest of hundreds of individuals long before SCI was established. But how did SCI as an organization begin? Forty years ago, there were many safari clubs across the country made up of local, unaffiliated groups of hunters. One such was Safari Club of Los Angeles, which was formed in April 1971 by forty-seven individuals. In early 1972, an out-of-towner from a similar club in Chicago attended one of the monthly Wednesday night meetings, and it was decided that the L.A. club should attempt to combine with the one in Chicago to make it an affiliated chapter. The founder of Safari Club of Los Angeles, C.J. McElroy, went to the Windy City and instituted the new chapter. Eleven months after the formation of Safari Club of Los Angeles, on March 9, 1972, the name was changed officially to Safari Club International. SCI continued to reach out to other independent safari clubs throughout the United States in an effort to combine them into a single overall organization. Today, interest in SCI’s two primary missions has grown a worldwide network. Subsequent involvement and promotion of these missions is rooted in each of our nearly 50,000 members, supported through each of our 170 chapters found across the globe, and put into action by government representatives and personnel both nationally and internationally. In this way, we can encourage an appreciation for nature and wildlife so that conservation efforts remain strong, while also fighting to protect our rich hunting heritage. Big changes can be achieved through the endeavors of many who are united in a mission – the mission of Safari Club International.
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Safari Club International - Northwest Chapter
Gig Harbor, Washington, United States
Safari Club International (SCI) is the leader in protecting our freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide by: Collecting, organizing and distributing educational information and data regarding the wild animals of the world and hunting opportunities available in the world. - Supporting research and management and influence laws and regulations in favor of wildlife conservation and to participate in civic and humanitarian efforts that support our goals. - Providing a channel for organized efforts to promote a public understanding and acceptance of hunting as an effective tool for wildlife conservation and management. - Associating with other clubs throughout the world that share our goals, beliefs, and purposes for participating in programs of common interest. - SCI Members are active in more than 100 countries, and you’ll cherish your involvement with SCI. SCI fights tirelessly to protect the hunting heritage enjoyed by 15 million Americans and 45 million families around the globe. - Together, we help every sportsman and sportswoman understand how and why SCI is truly ‘First for Hunters.’ By joining SCI, you join the ranks of hunters spanning more than 100 countries who share the same passion for our hunting heritage and wildlife conservation as you.
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Safari Club International - Novi Chapter
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States
To promote a public understanding and acceptance of sport hunting as an effective tool for wildlife conservation through educational information and programs.
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Safari Club International - Oklahoma Station Chapter
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Oklahoma Station Chapter Safari Club International www.oklahomastationsci.org PO Box 14177 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73113 a 501c3 organization
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Safari Club International - Orange County
Orange, California, United States
Safari Club International - Orange County
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Safari Club International - Phoenix Chapter
Cave Creek, Arizona, United States
Phoenix Chapter of Safari Club International. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, has been in existence for 31 years. Protecting hunters’ rights and promoting wildlife conservation, SCI’s two areas of focus, historically has been the interest of hundreds of individuals long before SCI was established. But how did SCI as an organization begin? Forty years ago, there were many safari clubs across the country made up of local, unaffiliated groups of hunters. One such was Safari Club of Los Angeles, which was formed in April 1971 by forty-seven individuals. In early 1972, an out-of-towner from a similar club in Chicago attended one of the monthly Wednesday night meetings, and it was decided that the L.A. club should attempt to combine with the one in Chicago to make it an affiliated chapter. The founder of Safari Club of Los Angeles, C.J. McElroy, went to the Windy City and instituted the new chapter. Eleven months after the formation of Safari Club of Los Angeles, on March 9, 1972, the name was changed officially to Safari Club International. SCI continued to reach out to other independent safari clubs throughout the United States in an effort to combine them into a single overall organization. Today, interest in SCI’s two primary missions has grown a worldwide network. Subsequent involvement and promotion of these missions is rooted in each of our 55,000 members, supported through each of our 190 membership chapters found across the globe, and put into action by government representatives and personnel both nationally and internationally. In this way, we can encourage an appreciation for nature and wildlife so that conservation efforts remain strong, while also fighting to protect our rich hunting heritage. Big changes can be achieved through the endeavors of many who are united in a mission – the mission of Safari Club International. https://www.facebook.com/phxchaptersci/
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Safari Club International - Red Deer Chapter
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
We will promote good fellowship among all who love the outdoors, always working to educate and mentor people of all ages. We will champion conservation of the world’s renewable resources. Promoting proper management of fish and wildlife, while demonstrating the roles of hunting and fishing as the most responsible and effective means of conservation in a modern world. We will seek to build community, meet the needs of others, and protect our environment. A non-profit organization promoting values, ethics and passion; in the hopes of creating and sustaining a bright future for outdoor enthusiast, of all ages for many generations to come.
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Safari Club International - Redding Regional Chapter
Redding, California, United States
Redding Regional Chapter of Safari Club International
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Safari Club International - Sacramento Chapter
Sacramento, California, United States
WHY WE'VE COME TOGETHER Today, more than ever, our conservation and hunting interests must be protected. Most Californians know there have been serious losses of habitat for wildlife and reductions of wildlife populations. We have joined together because we share the same desire to preserve wildlife, promote conservation education and protect hunting interests for today and for the generations to come. Specifically, the Sacramento Safari Club wishes to: Actively promote conservation of our wildlife resources by funding conservation/education projects, supporting legislative action and offering manpower for special wildlife projects. Educate its members and the public about critical conservation and hunting matters. Protect the rights of gun owners and teach firearms safety. Raise money to fund worthy conservation and education programs that benefit the general public. Offer opportunities for fellowship to people who share concern about or interest in wildlife and hunting. ? CONSERVATION / EDUCATION PROJECTS The Sacramento Safari Club's most fundamental commitment is to actively promote education and wildlife projects for the public good. Over the years, many programs have been funded locally, statewide, nationally and internationally such as: Polar Bears: The SSC purchased and donated two polar bears to the Sacramento Zoological Society. Deer Studies: The Club has provided funds to assist with separate field studies of many California deer herds, including the Angel Island, Tehama, Railroad Flat and Eastern Sierra herds. Black Rhino Propagation Project: The SSC gave funds to the Mzuri Safari to help preserve this endangered species through a special breeding program in Texas. Matetsi Project: The Zimbabwe African Conservation Group received funds for well-digging equipment to build a watering hole for wildlife. In addition, this group had 5-7 years of wildlife data but no computer or software to process this information. The SSC purchased and loaned the needed items to the project to benefit wildlife. Blue Bag Project: SSC Hunters deliver bags to Africa filled with school supplies, washable items, etc. for the locals. Sensory Safari: SSC hosts the Sensory Safari booth and the International Sportsmans Expo in Sacramento where children and families can touch a variety of furs and mounts while learning about local and exotic animals. WORK WITH OTHER CONSERVATION GROUPS Frequently, many voices are better than one. Over the years, we have worked cooperatively with other groups, such as: Sportsmen's Roundtable Yosemite Natural History Society Society for the Conservation of Bighorn Sheep Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation California Wildlife Federation California Turkey Association California Waterfowl Association.
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Safari Club International - San Diego Chapter
San Diego, California, United States
Every year with your help, the San Diego Chapter SCI, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization raises funds for wildlife conservation, wildlife studies, habitat acquisition, public education, humanitarian projects, youth hunts, and preserving our right to hunt. We would like to thank each and every one of you for your support in attending and participating in this very worthwhile function. We would also like to especially thank all our donors. Without their support and donations for our mutual cause, this event would not be possible. Please support those donors that support us! Please review these amazing donations and come prepared to open your wallets for the cause, so we can continue to support projects for our sport, whether your involvement is hunting or just observing wildlife.
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Safari Club International - Saskatchewan Rivers Chapter
BATTLEFORD, Saskatchewan, Canada
Sask Rivers Chapter is located in central Saskatchewan. As part of Safari Club International we are dedicated in doing our part in promoting Wildlife Conservation Worldwide, educating our youth to be responsible hunters and to continue to fight for our right to hunt. The proceeds from this auction will be donated to many youth clubs to help with their programs. This year is our 13th Anniversary and it is only with the support of our hunt donors and members that makes this all possible. All live actions items will be in Canadian Dollars.
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Safari Club International - South Florida Chapter
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Regretfully, Due to Covid 19 restrictions we can not hold our Annual Banquet and Fundraiser. South Florida Chapter Fundraiser. Saturday, February 27, 2021, Times Auction. Session ONE. We are presenting our items on this On Line Auction to help support the Mission of SCI, South Florida Chapter. For any questions please call Tom Van Note 954-646-4252.
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Safari Club International - Southwest Montana Chapter
Bozeman, Montana, United States
GranTree Inn 1325 N 7th Ave, Bozeman, MT 59715 (406) 587-5261
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Safari Club International - The Northwoods Chapter
Menominee, Michigan, United States
The Northwoods Chapter of Safari Club International is made up of men and women who care about hunting and live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin. “The mission of the Northwoods Chapter of SCI is to bring awareness of the importance of the hunter to the Northwoods in our roles as conservationists, educators and humanitarians.” (Photo of children viewing mounts in our Sensory Safari.)
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