As a camp geared around hunting, we rely heavily on in-kind donations. You may be thinking, I no longer use my "old" range finder, binoculars, trail camera etc as I have upgraded. We at RAFD could use those items and more. Please consider donating some of your hunting equipment that you no longer use or maybe you even have the funds to purchase specific items as our dollars are very limited and we can't purchase everything to outfit our trailers.
If you would like to purchase a specific item and need assistance or more details regarding the item, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All items can be sent directly to our headquarters at:
Raised At Full Draw 1221 E. Buchanan St. Winterset, IA 50273
Below are additional ways you can support our Wish List.
1. Amazon Smile:
Many people know about Amazon, but many do not know about AmazonSmile.
Amazon has a wonderful program for non-profits. For those of you who shop Amazon regularly, you can do the same shopping at AmazonSmile -- https://smile.amazon.com/ -- sign in with your Amazon ID and password, select Raised At Full Draw as the non-profit in which you would like to donate. Every time you sign-on it should show Raised At Full Draw as your choice. With each purchase Amazon donates 0.5% to Raised At Full Draw.
Continue to do your standard shopping while supporting us at the same time.
2. AmazonSmile Wish List
3. Gift Cards:
We find ourselves having to make many trips to places such as:
Menards, Lowes, Home Depot, Scheels
We like the heavy duty commander totes as we never know what weather conditions we may encounter. Each Station Tote has its own container.
4. Station Totes
As we continue to grow each trailer will need their own set of station totes.
Below is a list of each of our station totes found in our trailer. If you are able to fill a station tote we would love to honor you and write your name on the tote. If you would like a list of items in a station please reach out to us directly at email@example.com
Day 1 stations:
Day 2 Stations:
Day 3 Stations
CHANGING LIVES IN THE IMAGE OF HUNTING ONE ARROW AT A TIME.