SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL
Northeast Wisconsin Chapter

The Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International and The Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of SCIF Sables participate in numerous local conservation, educational and humanitarian project every year. With out the help of our donors, volunteers and event attendees we could not make this happen.

 

We were able to add funding to the Thomas “Zoom” Zimmer Memorial Scholarship - An endowed scholarship for student attending the UW Stevens Point Collage of Natural Resources.

 

"Ultimate Women's Outdoor Weekend" - Help fund an all-women’s ages 18 and up at Camp Bird in Crivitz, WI.

 

Smith's Pheasant Crest  recieved funding for their Annual Pheasant Hunt for disabled hunters.

 

Pheasants Forever Youth Hunt – Pheasant hunt for kids ages 12 – 18 years.

 

"The Boys & Girls Brigade" received funding for their Christmas Adopt a Family Program.

 

J & H Game Farm - Help fund their Annual Youth and Ladies Day.

 

"Triple ‘O’ Outfitters Wounded Warrior Hunt" - With the help of owner Tony Neidlinger and Rob Denney along with board member Otto Reetz, we were able to take a Vet on a spring Bear Hunt in Idaho.

 

Challenge the Outdoors – Spring Pheasant hunt for the disabled.

 

Montello Rod & Gun Club – Help fund youth programs held by this club.

 

"WI Hunters Education Instructor Association" - Help fund the purchase of educational training aids.

 

Help fund the “Rethink Wolves” campaign Colorado.

 

The DJT Lobbying, a lobbying group in Madison, WI received funding to work on protecting our hunting rights right here in Wisconsin.

 

For a more in depth information check out our Project Funding Report.

 

 PROJECT FUNDING REPORT
July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020

 

PROJECT FUNDING APPLICATION

 

SCI-Northeast Wisconsin Chapter and SCIF-Northeast Wisconsin Sables are proud to report that over the past 22 years we have contributed $616,013.00 to further the goals of SCI and SCI Foundation.

 

For more information or to apply for funding contact:

Mark Snyder at 920-858-4230 or email marks@pheli.org.