Humanitarian Services

Harold Stoneberger, Chair (hstoneberger@comcast.net)

Handicap Hunt
We promote courage and dignity while enabling the disabled to enjoy the great outdoors and fulfill lifelong hunting wishes via our Disabled Hunter Program. The hunts take place the 1st Friday and Saturday of the early season. (Check PA Game Commission for dates.) Hunters are provided access on private farms. There is no cost to participate. You can register by contacting Harold Stoneberger.

Hunters Sharing The Harvest
Hunters Sharing The Harvest,(HSH), is Pennsylvania’s charitable venison donation program for hunters who share their extra venison via a statewide network of participating butchers to Food Banks across Pennsylvania. HSH participating butchers, who are paid for their services through monetary donations, coordinate the meat deliveries and work with local food banks. The food banks redistribute the venison to more than 4,000 local food assistance provider organizations such as food pantries, missions, homeless shelters, Salvation Army facilities and churches, as well as needy families. Blue Mt. Chapter is an organizational sponsor (along with 3 other SCI chapters – Lehigh Valley, Delaware Valley & Mason-Dixon).  For additional information or to donate your venison, please contact John Plowman at info@sharedeer.org


SafariCare Bags
When on safari in a remote area, you are the only ambassador representing the hunting community. You arrive to hunt native wildlife. The image you leave is dependent upon the impression you make while visiting. SafariCare is one way to leave a wonderful lasting impression. If you have a good experience, you and/or your friends will be returning. The people will remember your generosity. Gathering items is a rewarding individual  or family function) rallying to test networking talents and connections in the community. Before long one bag is filled, then another and another, and so on. To borrow or purchase one or more SCIF blue bags, please contact SCI Foundation Humanitarian Services, Karen Crehan, 520/620-1220, Ext. 231; kcrehan@safariclub.org.