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It’s June, and that means that Virtual Advocacy Week is finally here!

This week is all about SCI members joining in the fight and engaging in the political process to protect our freedom to hunt and ensuring the conservation of our nation’s wild places and wild things. 

SCI will be joined by a number of live guests as well as recorded messages from Congress.

This is the schedule:

Tuesday, June 2nd at 10:00AM EDT: Federal Advocacy featuring special guests enamor Steve Daines (MT-R) and Senator Cory Gardner (CO-R)
Wednesday, June 3rd at 10:00AM EDT: European Advocacy featuring special guest Torbjorn Larsson, President of FACE
Wednesday, June 3rd at 12:00PM EDT: Canadian Advocacy featuring special guest MP Bob ZIOmmer, Chairman of the Parliamentary Outdoor Caucus
Thursday, June 4th at 12:00PM EDT: Legal Advocacy featuring Kate MacGregor, Deputy Secretary of the Department of the Interior

In addition, 30 members of Congress have recorded video messages to SCI members.If you haven’t RSVP’d yet, you can join here.Type your paragraph here.

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THCC believes in

paying it forward.
We do this through our humanitarian service projects, such as our Sensory Safari at the Texas Lions Camp, donations to the Trinity Oaks Foundation, support for our military, and other projects.

Conservation is one of the main goals of SCI. THCC supports this goal by contributing to local, national and international conservation studies and efforts. 

The key to continuing our hunting legacy is by educating the future generation. We do so by supporting the Schreiner Shooting Team and other youth-related outdoor and conservation programs.

Our Next Fundraiser/Gala

will be held on


January 29, 2022

(--Details to Follow--)

Officially chartered in October 2008, the Texas Hill Country Chapter is dedicated to sportsmen's interests in the Hill Country and around the world. The Texas Hill Country Chapter of Safari Club International has made donations and contributions to a variety of groups, organizations and individuals. These contributions support activities consistent with the goals of our Chapter. We have an ever growing list of projects supporting humanitarian efforts, wildlife conservation and partnerships with other similar organizations. We are open to embrace new and worthwhile projects. If you have a project, you can contact any board member or email us.


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