Hunters Against Hunger
Hunters who legally harvest big game during the hunting season can donate all or part of their meat to feed hungry Montanans. There will be no cost or processing fees for the donated meat! Only legally harvested or confiscated big game animals can be donated (deer, elk, antelope, moose and wild bison). No road kill can be donated.
Thanks to Hunters Against Hunger, it’s FREE to donate big game meat (Antelope, Deer, Elk and Bison) for your neighbors! With a hunting permit you can harvest an animal and donate it to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. All meat must be processed by a professional processor.
To help with processing charges, anyone purchasing a Montana hunting license has the opportunity to make an on-the-spot donation to Hunters Against Hunger. A hunter who applies for or purchases a deer, antelope, elk, or wild buffalo license may donate $1 or more in addition to the price of each license. These contributions will help pay for butchering and distribution of the processed game.
Last year we received 18,774 lbs. of game meat, of this 7,501 lbs. was paid with processing money from Hunters against Hunger. We are able to feed many with nutritious local meat and hope for a little bit more this year so we don’t run out.
Local processors that are working with Hunters Against Hunger include:
Bozeman, Yellowstone Meat Processing 74 Chestnut Rd 587-9385
Belgrade, Bridger Mtn Meats 4110 Thorpe Rd 388-4601
For more information visit: http://mfbn.org/hunters-against-hunger So enjoy some outdoor time and if you have more than you need, we have many who would appreciate the help. Thank you for your support!
Or contact Jill: email@example.com, 586-7600