The Houston Safari Club Grant Program is designed to promote and develop wildlife conservation efforts by providing financial aid to deserving projects and organizations.
HSC and its charitable arm, the American Conservation and Education Society* (ACES) have contributed millions of dollars to protect wildlife and wildlife habitats the world over. Habitat protection initiatives, research programs, species promulgation, wildlife population management, water projects, urban sprawl, anti-poaching and other efforts are recipients of the HSC grant program.
*ACES is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
HSC is a leading advocate for sport hunting funded conservation initiatives, which currently make up 99% of the wilderness conservation programs in existence today. Without these programs in place, and the billions of dollars generated in the hunting industry annually, wildlife would quickly become endangered by an imbalance of nature, species overpopulation, habitat destruction, urban encroachment and other threats. HSC has worked with and supported groups including the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, National Rifle Association, American Wildlife Conservation Partners, Texas Parks and Wildlife, Texas Wildlife Association, Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation, Border Lands Research Institute and hundreds of other worthy organizations.
To Submit Grant Requests
Grant requests are reviewed on a monthly basis by HSC’s Grants Committee and HSC’s Board of Directors. The purpose and goal of a grant request must be aligned with HSC’s mission statement: Preserving the sport of hunting through education, conservation and the protection of hunters’ rights.
If you feel your project or organization would qualify to receive a grant from the HSC, please submit the HSC Grant Application.
Please submit request to allow adequate time for review and consideration of your request.
Requests may also be submitted by mail to:
Houston Safari Club
Attn: Grants Comittee
9432 Katy Freeway, Suite 350, Houston, TX 77055