by NRABlog Staff - Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Fairfax, Virginia - Each year Friends of NRA, the grassroots fundraising program, shatters its old annual record for monies raised. Tens of millions of dollars from all across the United States are donated year after year to help youth shooting sports, range development, women's instructional shooting, firearm safety courses, hunter training programs, and so much more.
And none of it would be possible without the thousands of volunteers who donate their time to the program.
The program may be coordinated by the NRA, but its volunteers are the backbone that organizes, advertises, and hosts more than 1,000 banquets every year. .
If you're familiar with Friends of NRA then you know they're not shy when it comes to thanking the enthusiastic, hard-working men and women who dedicate so much to the cause. Whether someone sells banquet tickets, hangs flyers, works a banquet game, or seeks sponsorships and donations, every role contributes to securing our Second Amendment freedoms for generations to come. Regardless of the role, hard work is recognized and rewarded each spring when Friends of NRAannounces its Volunteers of the Year.
Participation is vital no matter if you can contribute a week or a whole year. Friends of NRA needs people like you to help raise money for local and national programs that enriching lives through the shooting sports.
Think you can lend a hand? Signing up to volunteer is easy! You can do it online, from the comfort of your home, right here on the Friends of NRA website.
Just how much of a difference has Friends of NRA made since its start in 1992? Take a look...