SCI Project Funding
SCI Wisconsin has had a long standing tradition of raising money in order to give back and preserve what we love so much, hunting. Over the past 34 years, SCI Wisconsin has raised $3,055, 596 from various fundraising projects and donations. Our organization gives back to areas that focus on education, humanitarian efforts, hunters’ rights, and conservation. We support many local area organizations as well as supporting the efforts of SCI National. We have helped with funding scholarships, the National Archery in the Schools Program, Hunts for Disabled & Terminally Ill Children, All Terrain Wheelchairs to be used at hunting events, Summer Camp sponsorships, and more.
Our greatest commitment over the past several years was to the Boy Scouts of America Potowatomi Council Shooting Sports Complex at Camp Long Lake. Initially, SCI Wisconsin committed $63,000 (in 2010) for the development of rifle and pistol ranges. This project included construction of an open sided shelter for shooting, staging and storage over a concrete slab. Earth berms, fencing and electrical installations were also constructed. In 2011, an additional $53,000 was approved and paid in five annual installments. This phase included the development of a shotgun 5-stand, skeet and trap range area. This project included a trap house, two skeet towers, concrete paths and shooting stands, mechanical throwers, lighting and fencing. Hundreds of scouts have been able to learn and practice their skills at this state-of-the-art facility.
The Big Al Fund was established in 2008 by Rick Rollo, in honor of his father Al, who was an avid hunter. Al passed away due to cancer, which cut short his sporting pursuits. Rick runs an annual pheasant hunt event to raise funds for hunting or fishing trips for physically or terminally ill children, adults or veterans. He then turns all of the proceeds over to the Wisconsin Chapter to be used exclusively towards requests that fall within Big Al’s guidelines.
Whether it be a dream hunt or fishing trip, Big Al smiles down on the hunter as he or she pursues the sport that Al so loved. Since the fund was started in 2008, it has raised over $134,000.00!!
SCI Wisconsin Chapter
Project Funding Report
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2017 Banquet Contribution
to SCI National!
2017 Banquet Contribution
to SCI National!
- Pewaukee School District Board President
You so kindly donated $1,000 for archery equipment at Horizon Elementary School. This donation was accepted at the December 11, 2017 Board of Education meeting. I want to personally thank you for your donation and continued support of our schools. On behalf of the entire Board of Education, the Pewaukee Public Schools and our Community, I want to thank you for your generosity and thoughtfulness. You support means so much. With your help, our students have wonderful learning opportunities that will last them a lifetime. Thank you for your continued kindness and for making the Pewaukee Public Schools a better place!
On behalf of the students and staff at Carmen School of Science and Technology in Milwaukee, thank you for the generous donation and help in getting us involved with the NASP program here in Wisconsin!
- Interim Superintendent, Oconto Unified School District
This letter is in recognition and appreciation for your recent donation of $1000 to Mr. Delfosse's Everything Outdoors class. Your donation will help several students at Oconto Middle School and Bayshore Community Academy. Oconto Unified School District thanks you for your generous donation and continued support. It is greatly appreciated.
- Principal, St. Francis Xavier Catholic School
On behalf of St. Francis Xavier Catholic School, I would like to sincerely thank you all of you for the generous donation of $1,000 to help facilitate our new archery program. SFX is very excited to offer archery to our students. Archery is a fun and safe activity the students can enjoy for a lifetime. Thank you again for you very generous donation. It is greatly appreciated!
- Operation FINALLY HOME
Our country has more than 53,000 wounded, ill, or injured veterans in various stages of reentry and recovery. Your corporate gift is a huge encouragement to one family at a time as we work to rebuild their lives through a mortgage-free home! Thank you so much for caring about our heroes through your company's giving structure. Please know how grateful these brave men and women are to you for providing security and peace back into their lives.