Virginia Hunters Who Care, Inc.

Gary C. Arrington

1108 Sedalia School Road, Big Island, VA 24526

(800) 352-4868

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Products: Provide support to feeding programs by donating venison at no cost for them to provide to their clients. We sell raffle tickets and program merchandise.

Categories: Education, Food Pantries

The Hunters for the Hungry program began in 1991 by David H. Horne and operates statewide. It has professional processors who take deer donated by hunters, farmers, and through herd management efforts and have them skinned, cut, wrapped, and frozen. The meat distributed at no cost to local feeding programs.

In its first year the program processed and distributed 33,948 pounds of venison, 135,792 quarter-pound servings. Since 1991 it has distributed over 7.5 million pounds, over 30.3 million servings to men, women, children, the elderly, the homeless, and veterans.

In Floyd County, the collection and processing site for Hunters for the Hungry is Willis Meat Processing next to the Willis Village Mart.

Last updated on March 15th, 2022

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