(Helena, Mont.) – Big Hearts under the Big Sky partnered with the Helena Trap Club to host a trap shoot fundraiser on Sunday, August 13. Every skill level was welcomed to join and participants were invited to attend a barbeque luncheon afterwards.
“The proceeds from this event support the Big Hearts Under the Big Sky program so we can continue to provide one of a kind outdoor experiences at no cost to those who have provided extraordinary military service or who are battling a life threatening illness,” said Mac Minard, the Executive Director of the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association. “The Big Hearts program is about making a difference one family at a time, and the trap shoot reflected that mission by bringing together families and community members to support this great program.”
Big Hearts under the Big Sky is the ‘giving-back’ arm of the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association (MOGA). The Big Hearts program works to provide fully guided and outfitted outdoor trips, at no charge, to children diagnosed with life-threatening illness, women suffering from breast cancer, and military veterans who have provided extraordinary service to our country.