In early October 2018, Ronald W. Neldon, U.S. Air Force, Ret., received what he calls “an act of kindness” from the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF). Neldon is a retired Security Policeman (now called Security Forces) from the U.S. Air Force who spent 20 years working in security, law enforcement and antiterrorism, and is a survivor of the Khobar Towers terrorist truck bomb attack in June 1996. Continue reading An Elk Hunt Donated Creates Memory Of A Lifetime
New in 2018, the SCI Foundation Veterans Committee auctioned a sponsorship for a combat veteran to go on a 400-420-inch bull elk hunt. The hunt was donated by Trophy Mountain Ranch, an estate hunting outfitter located near Cowdrey, Colorado. Continue reading A Bull Elk To Remember!
One of the major humanitarian outreach programs supported by Safari Club International is working with wounded veterans and Purple Heart recipients from all conflicts. The Georgia and Mississippi Chapters of SCI, Mississippi Order of the Purple Heart, Bill Whitmire VFW Post 3936 and Cooper Yerger American Legion Post 28 joined forces December 1-3, 2017 in Clarksdale, MS at the Fourth Annual Mississippi SCI Wounded Veteran Deer Hunt. Continue reading Fourth Annual Mississippi SCI Wounded Veteran Deer Hunt