Archers May Donate Deer to Hunters Helping the Hungry

Hunters Help The Hungry
Hunters may donate harvested deer at any contracted Hunters Helping the Hungry processor
Nebraska Games and Parks Commission
Nebraska Games and Parks Commission

Lincoln, NE -(Ammoland.com)- With the start of the archery deer hunting season on Sept. 1, hunters may donate harvested deer at any contracted Hunters Helping the Hungry processor.

Meat processors include Amherst – Belschner Custom Meats Inc.; Bayard – Bayard Processing; Bridgeport – KDK Meats LLC; Broken Bow – Broken Bow Pack; Elwood – SteakMaster Inc.; Franklin – Franklin Locker; Humphrey – Country Butcher; Johnson – Pelican’s Meat Processing; Lindsay – Melcher’s Locker; North Bend – Bob’s Custom Meats LLC; North Platte – Kelley’s Custom Pack LLC; Oakland – Oakland Processing; Omaha – B. I. G. Meats Inc., Stoysich House of Sausage; Orleans – Harlan County Meat Processors; Oxford – Oxford Locker Inc.; Panama – Panama Locker; Table Rock – Den’s Country Meats; Ulysses – The Butchery; Wahoo – Wahoo Locker.

Founded in 2012, Hunters Helping the Hungry is a donor-driven program that provides venison to Nebraskans in need. This program allows hunters to donate deer at participating processors. The deer is processed into ground venison, which is then distributed to food pantries and soup kitchens. The processing is paid for entirely by cash contributions.

Learn more about the program and find the most up-to-date list of contracted processors at OutdoorNebraska. For more information, contact Teresa Lombard at 402-471-5430 or teresa.lombard@nebraska.gov.

About The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

The mission of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is stewardship of the state’s fish, wildlife, park, and outdoor recreation resources in the best long-term interests of the people and those resources. To accomplish that purpose, the Commission plans and implements its policies and programs efficiently and objectively; maintains a rich and diverse environment in Nebraska’s lands and waters; provides outdoor recreation opportunities; manages wildlife resources for the maximum benefit of the people; and attempts to help Nebraskans appreciate their role in the natural world.

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