Safari Club International Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non profit organization that funds and directs worldwide programs dedicated to wildlife conservation and outdoor education. All donations to SCI Foundation are tax-deductible.
Our Strategic Vision
To be the premier source of balanced and accurate information to educate the public on the value of hunting and conservation.
& Outdoor Education
Worldwide programs that work
Safari Club International Foundation funds and
directs worldwide programs dedicated to
wildlife conservation and outdoor education.
The Bell Family Encourages Hunters to “Pay It Forward.”
Giving back to communities is a SCI value.
Bell Family Blue Bags are filled by chapters,
individual members, church groups or even
groups of schoolchildren or scouts. The
contents may include medical, educational,
and other relief supplies, or clothing and toys.
The International Wildlife Museum, an educational program
of Safari Club International Foundation, is dedicated to increasing
knowledge of, and appreciation for, the diverse wildlife of the world,
as well as explaining the role of wildlife management in sustainable use conservation.
The July 2017 edition of the SCI Foundation First for Wildlife e-Newsletter is now available.
Please feel free to share it with your friends and family via social media and e-mail.
SCI Foundation funds and directs worldwide programs dedicated to wildlife conservation and outdoor education.
SCI Foundation ensures the best available science is used in wildlife policy and management, and demonstrates the constructive role that hunting and hunters play in the conservation of biodiversity worldwide. The organization is “First for Wildlife,” investing millions of dollars into wildlife conservation and education every year.
Conservation Efforts never cease, and through chapter projects, SCI Foundation grants and scholarships, and regional programs, members of Safari Club International make a difference in the life of the environment and the animals that live there.
EducationPrograms, for both children and adults, provide a hands-on opportunity to experience the outdoors and to spread the knowledge of conservation and wildlife management. One of these education programs is Sensory Safari, a program in which the blind can learn about nature through touch exhibits. SCI Foundation also opened the International Wildlife Museum in Tucson, Arizona, to increase knowledge of, and appreciation for, the diverse wildlife of the world.
Humanitarian Service Programs are also a primary initiative of SCI Foundation. Through Sportsmen Against Hunger and SafariCare, food and supplies are provided to those in need, both in our backyard and in remote places of the world. The Disabled Hunter program fosters opportunities for disabled sportsmen and women to experience the hunting tradition. SafariWish grants hunting related wishes to those dealing with terminal or life-threatening illnesses.
Help spread the FACTS. Hunters are America’s greatest positive force for conservation. View this new video and be sure to sign-up for our e-mail list today. Help SCI Foundation promote wildlife conservation and outdoor education in your backyard and around the world.
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SCI Foundation In the News
Enjoy these recent articles featuring SCI Foundation and its programs.
Craig Hodgkins and our friends at the American Shooting Journal have graciously allowed us to share this great article about a recent trip Andy and Sheila Larsson of Skinner Sights took to Africa in which they participated in the SafariCare Bell Family Blue Bag program. Just another great example of hunters “Paying it Forward.”
As a member of SCI, the Central Washington SCI Chapter, and a proud supporter of SCI Foundation, Randy Baumann felt compelled to pen a response to an editorial by Adam Janke in the August 2016 edition of the Journal of Mountain Hunting. The article provides a unique look at how SCI and SCIF work together for the benefit of wildlife and hunters.