Giving back to communities is a SCI value.  SafariCare 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 Blue Bag is taken to remote areas of the world by hunters who have planned hunts in these regions. The supplies are delivered directly to villages, clinics, orphanages and schools, doctors, caretakers and teachers to use with people in need.  SCI and SCIF, like so many organizations, put forth enormous effort each year to help improve the quality of life throughout the world.

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Hunters “Pay it Foward” in Zimbabwe.

On a recent trip to Zimbabwe David Stroman and Zac Brandl of Midland, TX coordinated with John Sharp of John Sharp Safaris to distribute an SCI Bell Family Blue Bag filled with much needed school supplies and clothing items to the Fountain of Hope Ministry in Southern Zimbabwe. Fountain of Hope Ministry oversees an educational and feeding ministry to orphans and the elderly in the region. On a typical week this ministry supports over 160 children and as many as 120 additional elderly people, mostly widows. In thanksgiving for the gifts that David and Zac provided some of the children and their caretakers sang a song in appreciation for the love extended to them by these kind and thoughtful kind hunters.

Thank you David, Zac and John for “Paying It Forward”.

For an in-depth list of supplies, to order Bell Family Blue Bags, or receive information on delivering humanitarian aid to those in need, please click below or contact Karen Crehan at or call (520) 620-1220 ext. 231.

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SafarCare “Blue Bag” Guidelines