As of October 6, 2018, 24 different processors ranging from the Upper Peninsula to Hillsdale County in Michigan’s southern border, that have produced 45,433 lbs. of venison burger which was distributed to 39 different pantries, shelters and food banks.
Established in 1991, the Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger (MSAH) is an all volunteer, 501c3 nonprofit organization, that coordinates participating licensed game processors throughout the state as drop off locations for whitetail deer harvested by hunters during the hunting season. Organizations working in partnership for the MSAH program are; Safari Club International, Michigan United Conservation Club, Ted Nugent’s United Sportsmen of America, United Methodist Men, Food Bank Council of Michigan, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Quality Deer Management Assoc., and Michigan Bow Hunters Association.
MSAH has been very thankful for the continued support of our founding organizations and specifically the many Wild Game processors who without their support and work, the hungry of our communities would not benefit.
Visit our website www.sportsmenagainsthunger.org to see how you can participate.