Michigan Association of Fire Fighters

A Michigan non-profit is offering a free special hunt for disabled first responders. Current or former first responders with a physical disability that is preventing them from going hunting are encouraged to apply to participate in the First Responders Hunt, organized by Hunt 2 Heal.

Safari Club Mid-Michigan Chapter is hosting the free weekend for physically disabled first responders, whichHunt2Heal logo includes lodging and meals. Prospective participants may apply for one of five hunting weekends planned from September to December 2023.

Hunt 2 Heal provides outdoor hunting for individuals with disabilities to experience the outdoors at no cost and without worry. The dedicated barrier-free lodge and 640-acre property in Bitely, Michigan (near Big Rapids) has been designed for people with physical disabilities. Specially designed hunting blinds with groomed trails and assistance from skilled guides allow for “any type of wheelchair or adaptive equipment,” according to the Hunt 2 Heal press release.

Click here for more information in the Hunt 2 Heal Flyer.

To submit your application and for more details, visit Hunt 2 Heal’s website or connect with Hunt 2 Heal on Facebook.