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WISCONSIN Bear tags needed for disabled children

U.S.S.A. is a 501 (c) (3) not for profit charity that grants hunting and fishing wishes for children with disabilities and life threatening illnesses. 100% of USSA labor is volunteer basis and absolutely no one receives and type of compensation for their effort. Since we began our charity in 2000 we have granted over 2,600 wishes nationwide (most of these being hunting wishes).

Our hunting heritage belongs to the less fortunate, as well as the “healthy”. It is up to those of us who have been blessed in health to not forget those left out of the sport. ALL Americans regardless of their disability or life threatening illness should have the opportunity to enjoy the passion we call hunting.

These youngsters dream about the opportunity to participate in our hunting heritage; opportunities we all sometimes take for granted. The families of these children have decimated bank accounts and often have problems simply keeping a roof over their head.

The number one hunting wish for disabled children who love the sport of hunting is to go bear hunting. If you would like to transfer your 2006 WISCONSIN Bear Hunting License to a disabled youth please contact me at (800) 518-8019 or biotec@ceas.coop Thank you for your time and consideration.

Brigid O’Donoghue
President and Founder
United Special Sportsmen Alliance
(USSA)
http://www.childswish.com
biotec@ceas.coop
(715) 884-2256