The Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger program started in 1991 and has grown through the years with additional organizations participating on the board for the sole benefit of the hungry of our state. Since the beginning the estimated amount of venison utilized at food banks, pantries and shelters through the MSAH program is 637,000 pounds. That equates to 3,185,000 much appreciated hot nourishing meals for the hungry of our state.
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" We thank you and the fine group of sportsmen at MSAH for their kindness, thoughtfulness and consideration of the plight of the poor and those who hunger, for the recent donation of 500lbs. of processed venison. We thank you also, for the provision of having paid for the processing. GHHMC cannot do what it does for the hungry, without wonderfully community minded individuals and organizations as the MSAH"
Sincerely, Randy Pratt, Exec. Program Director, God's helping Hands of Mecosta County