We at HuntingPA wanted to create a section for our disabled sportsmen. After scouring the web, we were surprised at the lack of resources out there. This section will grow in the future to include specialty hunting equipment and opportunities for the disabled hunter. For now, we are placing links to the online resources that we have. We do have a disabled hunters forum in our message boards where you can meet hunters from around the state, so stop in and check it out.
Goals of this program are: To help disabled hunters from PA experience the thrill of bowhunting. In 2001 we want to send 2 hunters from PA on aguided out-of-state hunt. Make a substantial donation to Buckmasters Disabled Hunter Services and also the Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America for their help last year. We also want to raise money to send to the Hunt of a Lifetime organization.
Norm Sauceman created the DHNA as a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the disabled hunter. He helps the disabled hunter connect with reputable outfitters to help them get into the woods for a great hunt. He is also in constant contact with manufacturers and giving input from the field to better their products for the disabled hunters.
"Hunt of a Lifetime" is a nonprofit organization that grants hunting and fishing adventures to children who have been diagnosed with terminal or life threatening illnesses.
Simply stated, Dream Catchers, USA will be a helping hand to allow special individuals to get out into the great outdoors, living their dreams, and meeting the challenges placed before them.........to live as full a life possible. These outdoor "dreams" will include fishing trips, hunting trips, shooting competitions, demonstrations, and other outdoor adventures.
Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America, Inc.
"Bowhunting is the Best Therapy in the World!"
The PCBA is a non-profit organization founded to assist physically disabled persons through active participation in bowhunting and archery sports. A major emphasis is placed on reaching people with disabilities who have never been exposed to the greatest recreational therapy in the world, bowhunting!
Here you will find information and links for hunting and fishing opportunities for the disabled and critically/terminally ill members of society. We believe that it is our responsibility to make sure that every individual, whatever type of disability, has the chance to enjoy the great outdoors.