Wildlife Conservation &
Outdoor Education

WORLDWIDE PROGRAMS THAT WORK

Wildlife Conservation &
Outdoor Education

WORLDWIDE PROGRAMS THAT WORK

Wildlife Conservation &
Outdoor Education

WORLDWIDE PROGRAMS THAT WORK

Wildlife Conservation &
Outdoor Education

WORLDWIDE PROGRAMS THAT WORK

Mission Statement

Ensure the future of wildlife through conservation, education, and hunting.

Programs

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Conservation Efforts never cease, and through chapter projects, SCI Foundation grants and scholarships, and regional programs, members of Safari Club International put their time and resources to use to benefit wildlife populations around the world.  SCI Foundation ensures the best available science is used in wildlife policy and management and demonstrates the constructive role that hunting plays in the conservation of biodiversity worldwide.

OUTDOOR EDUCATION

Education Programs, for both youth and adults, provide a hands-on opportunity to experience the outdoors and spread the knowledge of conservation, wildlife management and the important role hunters play. Programs offered though SCIF’s American Wilderness Leadership School and the International Wildlife Museum as well as through partnerships with the Salvation Army outdoors program, the Boy Scouts and others continue to increase support for conservation.

HUMANITARIAN SERVICES

Humanitarian Service Programs are also a primary initiative of SCI Foundation.  The programs cover a wide perspective and cross the globe in outreach.  These programs include the SafariCare Bell Family Blue Bag program, Sportsmen Against Hunger, Pathfinder Program, Veterans, Sensory Safari and Humanitarian Service Matching Grants. At the core of these programs is delivering activities and services to those in need.

Support SCIF’s “Forever for Wildlife” Monthly Giving Program!

From: $25.00 / month

Recent events have emphasized the importance of stepping up our efforts to fight for and protect our opportunities to hunt, take care of our wildlife, and keep our youth involved in wholesome, outdoor activities. Please take a few minutes to watch this video message from SCIF President Craig L. Kauffman on what he believes is the most important thing we can all do right now to help ensure the future values we hold dear as conservationists and hunters.

Conservation Program Updates

AWCF Makes SCIF the Leader in Africa

Safari Club International Foundation is excited to be hosting the 18th African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) this year in Botswana, celebrating the country’s recent community-based reform and reopening of tourist…
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SCIF Research Spotlight – Jake DeBow

A question and answer session with Jake DeBow, Region 1 Wildlife Biologist for New Hampshire Fish and Game discussing his thesis project at the University of Vermont which was funded in part…
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SCIF Continues Engagement with IUCN

SCI Foundation Continues Engagement with IUCN The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is the world’s largest network of conservation organizations, most widely known for maintaining the Red List of…
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Legacy of
Impact

Help SCI Foundation continue it’s legacy of promoting wildlife conservation and outdoor education in your backyard and around the world.

30

The number of countries in which SCI Foundation has funded conservation projects.

1.5 MILLION POUNDS

The amount of venison donated through SCI Foundation’s Sportsman Against Hunger program.

$80 MILLION

The amount SCI Foundation has spent on conservation, wildlife, education, and humanitarian services since 2000.

60%

The percentage of SCI Foundation’s conservation work is done in North America.

80,000+

Number of youth reached annually with a conservation message by graduates of the American Wilderness Leadership School.

SCI Foundation News

IWM goes LIVE!

Over the last month, museum staff have done five different Facebook Live videos. Facebook Live is an opportunity for the community to interact with the museum on a live basis,…
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SCIF Blue Bag A Valuable Lesson

SCIF Blue Bag – A Valuable Lesson By Libby Gear Excitement was in the air as we landed in South Africa to embark upon another family safari with Madubula Safaris;…
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SCI Alaska Chapter PAYING IT FORWARD

SCI Alaska Chapter Life Members Louis and Ruth Cusack delivering a Blue Bag filled with supplies donated from Alaska Medical Missions to the Limpopo Clinical Research Initiative Center in Polokwane,…
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2020 Spring Fund Drive

  Help Us Prepare Those To Come For Whatever’s To Come! Being self-sufficient and prepared and sharing that preparedness with those around us is just who we are and what…
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Our Supporters

Since 2000, the SCI Foundation has provided more than $80 million to promote science-based conservation through wildlife research, capacity building in governments, youth and teacher education, and humanitarian programs that show the importance of the hunting community in society around the world. Growth of SCI Foundation has continued to gain momentum through charitable donations from SCI members and direct grants from local chapters and the SCI organization. Throughout the world, SCI’s approximately 50,000 members and 190 chapters contribute time, talent, and financial support to local, national, and international projects.

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4800 W. Gates Pass Rd, Tucson, AZ 85745
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