Thursday, April 15, 2010

Hunt.Fish.Feed. in Los Angeles Sponsored By
The Sportsman Channel's initiative is a unique outreach program that taps a new food source for those who are in need during this economic hardship; made possible by sportsmen to whom hunting is synonymous with harvesting.

I am proud to say that is sponsoring the Hunt.Fish.Feed event in Los Angeles on Monday, May 10, 2010. This is our way to help those less fortunate and share our bounty. I will be donating some venison and I'll be at the Mission serving and helping in any way I can. I know from talking with the DIY members that they want to help in a big way. We are all thankful for the opportunity to hunt and have meat for our freezers, so why not share with our fellow man, right?

We will be serving dinner for 1,000 men, women and children at the Union Rescue Mission located at 545 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles. Transportation to and from the Los Angeles Convention Center and the mission will be supplied by CableCares.

How You Can Help
  • is responsible for bringing 250+ lbs. of wild game meat. We NEED meat donations. If you have some extra venison, hog meat, elk, sheep, bear, quail, duck, dove, etc., we will pay to have it shipped or we have three locations throughout Southern CA to drop it off.

  • As of now we have 6 volunteers. We need at least 10 more people to help. We will be giving away DIY T-Shirts and DIY Aprons to the volunteers.

  • Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve from 3:45pm to 7:45pm.

  • Volunteers will help prepare the meal, set up the dining room, serve dinner and clean up afterward.

  • All volunteers should come prepared to get a little messy. Dressing in casual attire is recommended. The Sportsman Channel will provide T-Shirts, hats and aprons for all volunteers on the day of the event.

  • There is no parking available at the Mission, so please plan to ride on the CableCares' provided buses.
Its time to give back !

Please contact Eric Welsh at for info about meat donations and to volunteer.


  1. Thanks for helping us feed those less fortunate!

    The team at Sportsman Channel

  2. Nice work, Al!

    Wish I could make it down, but the timing is no good... although I'll be at Tejon the following weekend. Missed it by that much.

    Seriously, good job for a good cause.

    I'm still planning to make the Aug 4 Hunt.Fish.Feed event in San Diego, by the way.

  3. Super cause Al! Hopefully, besides all the good you guys do for the folks there, you'll get proper good press.