Where does your money go?
We are a 100% volunteer organization. In fulfilling our mission and meeting the objectives we have set forth, we need to raise money. It is raised through the sales of memberships and, above all, at our yearly Banquet/Fundraiser.
Safari Club International Northern Alberta Chapter has sponsored or given grants to many worthwhile cause and studies.
Funding and Grant Application Forms
- Hunting Heritage Application Process Outline (PDF) – Coming Soon!
- Hunting Heritage Fund Application (PDF)
- Hunting Heritage Small Grant (PDF) – Coming Soon!
Other SCI Causes
We funded, in whole or in part, various conservation and humanitarian projects and programs right here in Alberta, such as:
- Sponsor youth education projects
- Alberta Hunter Education programs
- Outdoor Women’s Seminar
- Outdoor Youth Camp
- Outdoor Youth Seminar
- Our yearly SENSORY SAFARI — a touch and feel experience for visually impaired
- AHEIA / SCI NAC Hunter Education Camp Sponsorship
Thanks to your support… we’ve raised and provided over $50,000 in grant funds.
The following organizations received funds:
- Sponsored many youth to summer conservation camps
- Sponsored the annual Sensory Safari for visually impaired at Edmonton’s Alberta Museum
- High School NASP Archery programs
- Alberta Hunter Education Instructors Association Archery supplies
- Sensory Safari Booth at Edmonton Boat and Sportsman Show
- Sponsored U of A student study of Black Bear population in Alberta
- Sponsored U of A student study Sitatunga in Uganda
- Sponsored U of A student study of calf elk survival Ya Ha Tinda ranch in Alberta
- Sponsored Alberta Conservation Association study of Grizzly bears
- Sponsored U of A student study of Carnivore diet analysis in YaHa Tinda Ranch
- Arranged Blue Bag program for hunters travelling abroad
- Youth (NASP) archery competition at Edmonton Boat and Sportsman Show
- Partially helped sponsor youth to attend the North American NASP archery shoot in the U.S.
- Annual fund raiser banquet / membership drive held each spring
- Firearms training courses in Terrace, B.C
- In early 2016 we held a horn scoring event at the Nova Inn by Wholesale Sports St. Albert Trail
Ready To Get Involved?
By joining a Safari Club International Chapter, you actively participate in a cause you believe in; protecting hunting and promoting conservation.