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Safari Club International - Lehigh Valley Chapter
Mountain Top, Pennsylvania, United States
In 1977, after hearing about a new organization called Safari Club International, a small group of hunters from Lehigh Valley decided to form a local chapter. With the leadership and direction of the founding President, Cook Schiavone, the Lehigh Valley Chapter of Safari Club International was born. Their main objectives were to support hunter's rights and show the local community how important hunters are to the preservation of wild animals. By 1993 membership had hit in excess of 300 and was still growing. The Lehigh Valley Chapters' accomplishments were climbing and we became well known and supported in the surrounding community. Membership had grown to well over 600 by the end of 2002. We have partnered with the Pennsylvania Game Commission, as well as with many other organizations, helping to fund new projects such as purchasing new hunting properties, helping to make the elk management and hunting program a reality, feeding the hungry by supplying much needed harvested meat to many food banks and many other projects in a list too long to mention here. We are proud to say the Lehigh Valley Chapter is still growing. If you are a resident of the Lehigh Valley, and surrounding area, and have a passion for hunting and the outdoors, why not make a difference in your community and join us?
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Safari Club International - Lewis and Clark
Vancouver, Washington, United States
WE Support the mission of SCI through local activities which serve local interests and needs, emphasizing safety, humanitarian efforts, youth activities, and hunters rights. Lewis and Clark Chapter of the Safari Club International is the local interest chapter of Safari Club International and is headquartered in and around the Vancouver, Washington , and Portland, Oregon area. Lewis and Clark Safari Club International has an established Sportsmen Against Hunger program, has organized a group of dedicated certified hunter safety instructors conducting multiple classes, joined in a partnership to restore the Columbia Whitetail deer to Native American tribal lands, published an SCI National award winning newsletter, and successfully raised funds with three annual fundraising banquets. Further, through membership in Washingtonians for Wildlife Conservation, and Hunter's Heritage Council, we have joined with like minded organizations to work at the state lawmaking level to preserve hunters' rights. Our membership is now approaching 200 people and it continues to grow every year.
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Safari Club International - Louisiana Chapter
Slidell, Louisiana, United States
Safari Club International Louisiana Chapter was founded in 1976 to represent the state. Since its founding, the Chapter has supported numerous conservation projects in the state and has been a consistent advocate for ethical hunting and conservation at home and abroad.
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Safari Club International - Manitoba Chapter
Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada
SCI Manitoba is made up of a group of individuals who have come together to promote and protect the rights of hunters and wildlife conservation at a worldwide level. This was the motivation to start the Manitoba Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI) SCI Manitoba has a dedicated group of individuals who volunteer their time serving on the board representing the SCI membership by working collaboratively with other like-minded Manitoba organizations promoting our hunting heritage.
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Safari Club International - Miami Chapter
Miami, Florida, United States
Safari Club International (SCI) Miami Chapter is a South Florida extension of Safari Club International, an organization devoted to the protection of hunting rights worldwide. SCI Miami Chapter was formed in December 1997. For 2021, our annual fundraising event will be entirely online. We look forward to sharing some exciting hunts for everyone to bid on today! For inquiries about hunts: please email
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Safari Club International - Michigan Chapter
Hudsonville, Michigan, United States
The Michigan Chapter of Safari Club was only the third chapter to form in 1973, when the international organization began. The Michigan Chapter is one of the largest chapters in the world, and proudly acknowledges four International Presidents who originated from our fraternity. Our Chapter consistently invests over $100,000.00 per year in local hunting and wildlife programs. Through donations to Safari Club International, the Michigan Chapter is credited with assisting many significant projects nationwide and abroad. As a very proactive chapter, the Safari Club Michigan Chapter is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife, education and protection of hunters' rights and are proud to be the recipient of International's 2003 Diamond Conservation Award.
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Safari Club International - Mid-Atlantic Bowhunters Chapter
Purcellville, Virginia, United States
SCI Mid-Atlantic Bowhunters Chapter is dedicated to protecting and promoting our Hunting and Outdoors Heritage. Our annual fundraiser auction supports pursuits of Hunting, Camping, the Shooting Sports, Fishing and all the activities we outdoorsman and women cherish. The proceeds are used to support projects such as the 4-H Shooting Education program, Hunters for the Hungry, Suburban Whitetail Management, the American Wilderness Leadership School (giving educators hands-on experience to bring to classrooms across America), and Operation Second Chance for Wounded Warriors.
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Safari Club International - Mid-Michigan Chapter
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, United States
Conservation of wildlife and protection of the hunter. We find no irony in this because we believe that conservation and hunting are not only compatible, but inseparable. We believe that habitat and wildlife must be kept in balance, and we believe that wisely managed hunting is one of the best ways to accomplish this. Professional wildlife managers have shown us over and over again that total protection often is not conservation. There simply are too many examples of what happens when species are allowed to exceed levels that space and food supplies can support. The right to pursue wild game has been handed down to us through the centuries, and we intend to protect this cherished heritage. But when a species is threatened because of habitat loss, political neglect or a natural disaster, Safari Club International steps in with money and effort. SCI members are proud to be helping preserve wildlife species through our hunting fees and our financial and political support for professional wildlife management. We believe a species is best served when local people realize conserving the species provides them immediate and long term economic rewards.
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Safari Club International - Montana Chapter
Billings, Montana, United States
Our Cause Please help protect our right to hunt, help to provide assistance to handicapped hunters, help great organizations such as the Salvation Army and the Montana Rescue Mission with their humanitarian aid efforts and help to educate our youth on the benefits of conservation. Causes such as these need great attention and donations from people like you make the difference.
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Safari Club International - Music City Chapter
Franklin, Tennessee, United States
Music City SCI 2020 Banquet and Auction Please join us for our 5th annual banquet and fundraising auction. Visit for tickets. February 22, 2020 5:00 - 10:00 pm Liberty Hall, The Factory at Franklin 230 Franklin Rd. Franklin, TN 37064 Tickets - $98 ea.; Youth Tickets - $50 ea.; Tables (seats 8) - $675 ea. Children are more than welcome, so bring the whole family. Visit for tickets.
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Safari Club International - National Capital Chapter
Great Falls, Virginia, United States
We are the National Capital Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI), covering Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. SCI is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt, promoting wildlife conservation, and providing wildlife education worldwide. 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. Our Mission is to promote the freedom to hunt, conserve wildlife and provide wildlife education.
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Safari Club International - NC Triangle Chapter
Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Officially chartered on January 1, 1996, the NC Triangle Chapter is dedicated to sportsmen’s interests in North Carolina and around the world. We have an impressive list of projects supporting humanitarian efforts, wildlife conservation and partnerships with other like-minded organizations. Like other supporters of the national SCI foundation (, we are eager to embrace new and worthwhile projects. If you have a project to suggest you can contact any board member or email us at
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Safari Club International - NE Wisconsin Chapter
Appleton, Wisconsin, United States
The Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International is a non-profit 501(C)(4) organization representing a dynamic group of members dedicated to the preservation of our hunting heritage. We believe that the future of responsible game management resides within the next generation of hunters and the continued support of sportsmen and women around the globe. We support programs that introduce young and adults to the outdoor life, and that teach the ethics of "fair chase" and respect for wild places and its inhabitants. We promote education and public awareness about our role as conservationists and champions of hunter's rights. We firmly believe in the value of hunting as both a game management tool and its spiritual importance to a functioning society. As a coalition of sportsmen and women dedicated to the advancement of hunting in this world, we welcome all who share our commitment to the stewardship of the natural resources of this small and beautiful planet.
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Safari Club International - New England Chapter
Newton, New Hampshire, 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 –
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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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