In 2020, SK Guns® saw an immense need in the firearm community and answered the call through our initiative, SK Gives Back®. Our program is dedicated to supporting a variety of 501(c)(3) non-profits with resources and funds to continue making a difference in the lives of others. At SK Guns®, we provide and enhance personal growth and development opportunities by regularly donating firearms for fundraising purposes to organizations who are making an impact across the U.S.
We are not only in the business of providing collectible firearms, but also a company that deeply cares about others. With our partners, we can reach those in need while giving back on a local and national level. Each of these philanthropic organizations is shaping countless lives, and SK Guns® is honored to be a part of that.
We continue to support a wide array of causes as regular donors to the foundations below.
We encourage you to visit our “contact us” tab to discuss how we can get involved with your foundation.
Kids & Clays schedules and coordinates shooting events to support participating Ronald McDonald House Charity Chapters.
Kids & Clays solicits in-kind contributions from generous national sponsors and donors to be used by participating Chapters who host annual Sporting Clays, Skeet and Trap fundraising events.
Kids & Clays also provides each participating Chapter with resources to run each event and offers on-site support to help with the events.
Kids & Clays also hosts an annual National Drawing that generates funds for both Kids & Clays Foundation and the participating Chapters who sell drawing tickets.
SSSF educational-athletic organization dedicated to providing shooting-sports education and opportunities to school-age youths around the United States to encourage young athlete personal growth and development.
The DC Project raises awareness that firearms safety and violence prevention are achieved through education, not legislation; encourages the preservation of America’s gun culture; and highlights the diversity and rising demographic of female gun owners through ongoing advocacy because gun rights are women’s rights.
Purple Heart Homes provide housing solutions for service connected disabled and aging Veterans
We are Veterans… We are also the sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, spouses, and those who are proud to have a connection to our nation’s military. Join the family, and help us provide much needed assistance to Veterans of all eras.
Purple Heart Homes is a 501(c)3 public charity that was founded in 2008 by John Gallina and the late Dale Beatty, two combat wounded Veterans. After being injured in Iraq in 2004, they returned to their community and received a warm welcome and grateful appreciation for their service. They began to question why all Veterans didn’t get the same levels of support and assistance from society.
The answer isn’t easy, but Purple Heart Homes fills the gaps in housing through the Veterans’ Aging In Place and Veterans Home Opportunity Programs. From building a ramp for a Veteran of World War II, to providing home ownership opportunities to younger Veterans, our programs are designed out of necessity and fit the specific needs of the Veteran population.
Our team is committed to providing wounded warriors access to adaptable living solutions, career training and community engagement. The Purple Heart Integration Project is facilitating the Adaptable Living Design Challenge, crowdfunding campaigns, and engaging a network of benevolent partners, suppliers and volunteers
Since its inception in 1973, the NWTF has provided the foundation for wild turkey conservation throughout North America. From the first research project funded in the 1970s, to the multimillion-acre restoration initiatives going on today and everywhere in between, conserving the wild turkey and preserving our hunting heritage has always been — and always will be — the backbone of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
In 2012, we embarked on our 10-year Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt initiative, which has conserved or enhanced over 4 million acres, recruited over 1.5 million new hunters and has opened public access to hunting on over 600,000 acres. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers, partners and staff, all of these Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative goals were met and exceeded two years ahead of schedule.
As we finalize and celebrate our tremendous Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt initiative, we have to keep our foot on the gas and continue to deliver the right conservation at the right place, at the right scale and with the right partners. With over a decade of conservation success through our Big Six Regions of Wildlife Conservation, we are in a unique position with our partners, volunteers and the public at large to greatly amplify our past successes. However, this will take continued collaboration, innovation and dedication.