The non-profit Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger is once again working with the Michigan DNR and local vendors to channel venison donations to food banks across the state.
In 2020, hunters donated a record-setting 85,514 pounds of venison to the program — nearly double the amount donated in 2019, which itself was a record-setting year.
To donate, hunters can visit a participating processor and leave either a whole deer or donate a portion of the deer. Hunters also can make a monetary donation when they buy a Michigan hunting or fishing license.
For more information, including a map and list of processors and guidelines, visit sportsmenagainsthunger.org.