One of the West Michigan Bowhunters founding principles is commitment to protecting hunters’ rights and promoting wildlife conservation efforts. We promote good fellowship among all who love the outdoors and hunting while sharing hunting experiences and information among our membership. That is why the WMBH board recently approved a $5,000 sponsorship to Hunt2Heal in efforts to help fund their amazing programs.

Hunt2Heal is an organization geared towards helping people with disabilities experience the joys of the great outdoors we often take for granted. They have secured access to a large parcel of prime hunting property where they can turn the dreams of disabled people into reality. A barrier-free cabin with living quarters and all the amenities needed to make any visitor feel welcome and secure will be onsite. Specially designed hunting blinds with groomed trails and assistance from skilled guides will afford easy access and functionality for any type of wheelchair or adaptive equipment. This is a warm and comfortable place where newcomers and experienced hunters alike can enjoy the enriching experiences found only in nature.

“Our MISSION to Provide a safe and comfortable environment where people with disabilities can experience the outdoor pursuits they once enjoyed to improve mental and spiritual health. Our VISION is that people with physical disabilities will feel welcome and empowered to do things they never thought they could again.”

For more information, you can visit their website or contact:

Kim Monks
Executive Director