Investing in the future of hunting and shooting. Saturday, May 21, 2016, Rick Davenport, Director for Mzuri Wildlife Foundation was on hand to present a check for $5,000 to the California Waterfowl Association to support its Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program. CWA integrated the Becoming an Outdoors Women (CA) non-profit
Mzuri Wildlife Foundation Treasurer, Scott Bohannon presents a check for $7,500 to San Francisco Bay Area Council Boy Scouts of America (SFBAC) to focus on attracting new girls to the shooting sports in the San Francisco Bay Area. This new initiative was the brainchild of SFBAC Director of Field Services Joe
Mzuri Wildlife Foundation Supports Wildlife Conservation John Mayfield, Water for Wildlife Director receives a $5,000 grant from Mzuri Wildlife Foundation Past President Kevin Destruel. With this grant, the Mzuri Wildlife Foundation reaffirms its long standing commitment to wildlife conservation. “We are pleased to fund the excellent work of partners like Water for Wildlife.
Sponsorships for California Teachers We have exciting news. The Mzuri Wildlife Foundation will sponsor seven California teachers to attend the eight day Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) Adult Wilderness Leadership School in 2016. Adult Wilderness Leadership School Nestled in the beautiful Bridger-Teton National Forest near Jackson, Wyoming, the Adult Wilderness Leadership School (AWLS) provides the perfect
The Mzuri Wildlife Foundation held its 11th Annual SCI Cocktail Reception on February 5th, 2016 at the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada and it was a huge success! Featured Speakers Sandy Froman, President of the Mzuri Wildlife Foundation was present to inform attendees that the Mzuri Wildlife Foundation
Special tax-free IRA gifts For those aged 70½ or older, it is once again possible to make tax-favored charitable gifts from traditional and Roth IRA accounts. On December 18 the President signed into law legislation that retroactively extends the charitable IRA rollover for 2015 and makes this provision permanent for
Supporting Youth Hunter Education Ensuring the next generation receive proper hunter education is a key area of focus for the Mzuri Wildlife Foundation (MWF). MWF President Kevin Destruel recently visited Kid’s Outdoor Sports Camp (KOSC) in Red Bluff, CA where he presented a check for $20,000 to KOSC founder Judy Oswald.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Red Bluff, CA – June 26, 2015 Kids Outdoor Sports Camp founder Judy Oswald receives $20,000 donation from Mzuri Wildlife Foundation President Kevin Destruel. This donation supports youth hunter education, youth shooting sports and camperships for disadvantaged youth. The photo above features all the staff from the Red Bank
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