How to Support Your Local Youth Shooting Team This April

There's still time to participate in MidwayUSA Foundation's April Online Donation Drive.

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posted on April 27, 2022
Midwayusa Donation Drive

Want to support your local junior competitive shooting team? MidwayUSA Foundation's April Online Donation Drive is in full swing, and there's still time to contribute. The last day to participate is Saturday, April 30th, and there's plenty of reasons everyone should join in on the fun!

Not familiar with the Foundation or its awesome mission? The MidwayUSA Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) public charity with a mission to help communities and organizations raise funds to support their high school, college and other youth shooting teams and activities. You can donate with confidence; all endowment funds are professionally invested and managed by Goldman Sachs. The Foundation has been evaluated by Charity Navigator and has received a 4-Star rating, their highest score. 

This month, the Foundation is asking the community to support their local youth shooting team by donating online to their favorite team's MidwayUSA Foundation endowment. As always, every donation is matched by MidwayUSA Foundation, but this April, there's a twist: Your entry gives the team you select the chance to win additional funds.  Any donation made to a youth shooting team through MidwayUSA Foundation's website qualifies that team for this incentive. The top five donation-earning teams will win substantial dollars for their endowment, awarding $8,000 to the first-place team. All other participating teams are entered in a random draw for the chance to win $1,000. Twelve teams will be drawn, creating 17 winners total! Plus, with $200,000 available to match contributions this month, your dollars go further, making a significant impact!

Every youth shooting team with an endowment at MidwayUSA Foundation has a team page on the MidwayUSA Foundation website (www.midwayusafoundation.org/find-team-fund-team). These team pages provide overall endowment funding details, team contact information, and a list of donors to that team. Most importantly, every unique page allows a donor to make donations directly to their favorite youth shooting team. Approximately 2,800 youth shooting teams across the nation have a funded endowment and this online donation capability. One hundred percent of the donation, as well as the match, benefits the team. The Foundation removes nothing for operations. MidwayUSA Foundation's current Online Donation Drive runs through April 30th. Click here to get started!

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