SCI Donates $100,000 to Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation

POMA members helping one another is a great benefit of membership. Diamond Cornerstone Corporate Partner member Safari Club International, one of POMA’s founding supporters, has donated $100,000 to fellow Corporate Partner member Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. A great example of how together, we’re doing great things.

Washington, D.C. – Safari Club International (SCI) is celebrating the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) 25th Anniversary with a contribution of $100,000. The check presentation was held during the Annual Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation VIP reception before their Annual Banquet & Auction in Washington, DC on Sept. 10th.

“The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation plays the essential role of supporting bipartisanship for the hunters, anglers, and target shooters of our nation,” said SCI President Craig Kauffman. “SCI has been a proud partner of CSF since its beginning and I know we will continue to support their work in Washington, D.C. for years to come.”

“The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation is very grateful for the support that Safari Club International has provided since our founding 25 years ago. Without the support of SCI, our organization would not have been able to grow into the largest bipartisan, bicameral caucus in Washington, D.C. and in state capitols around the country,” stated Jeff Crane, President of CSF.

“As a life member of SCI, I know SCI is spending their hard earned dollars to put into practice what they preach — being First For Hunters,” said Bob Model. “Also as the Chairman of the CSF Board, it is always gratifying to see major organizations support our mission of bi-partisanship in Washington, D.C.”

SCI President Craig Kauffman presented the 2014 $100,000 sponsorship to Jeff Crane at the Sept. 10th VIP reception in Washington, D.C. Over 100 special guests and over 20 members of Congress attended the VIP Reception. The annual CSF Banquet, which followed the reception, hosted nearly 1,000 guests, and nearly 100 members of Congress.