Sportsman Channel and Safari Club International Foundation's Sportsmen Against Hunger will embark a 10-month "Hunt. Fish. Feed. Tour," with a an assist from a trio of cable operators.
The second annual outreach program, kicking off in Las Vegas in January, will donate game fish and meat donated by sportsmen to the needy.
Following an eight city tour that began in December 2008, the new, ten-month "Hunt, Fish. Feed. Tour" will partner locally with Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox Communications systems. The latter will be involved in Las Vegas at the Shade Tree Shelter on Jan. 19.
After the stop in Las Vegas, Hunt. Fish.Feed. will make its way to Minneapolis-St. Paul (February); Harrisburg (March); Houston (April); Chicago (May); Portland (June); Milwaukee (July); San Diego (August); Tampa-St. Petersburg (September); and Pensacola (October). For information on tour stops and how to volunteer, please visit www.huntfishfeed.org.
"We are pleased to continue Hunt.Fish.Feed. and our partnership with Safari Club International Foundation, as well as continue to join forces with Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox Communications to further increase our impact throughout the ten cities on our tour," said Willy Burkhardt, president of Sportsman Channel, in a statement. "Hunt.Fish.Feed. brings together sportsmen and homeless shelters to help feed those struggling in today's economy, and lends emotional support to those who are faced with the everyday challenges of feeding themselves and their families. We are proud to continue and expand our partnerships in this initiative with the Safari Club International Foundation and our cable partners to enhance the depth and range of our positive impact locally."