Hunt For The Cure is a 501.c.3 non-profit dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults (6-23) diagnosed with life-threatening and life-altering conditions. Our goal is to provide these children a dream trip and their families an experience of a lifetime. Hunting, fishing and camping trips allow these families to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. We are inspired by the bravery and spirit of those we serve and work to put a smile on each of their faces.
SHARING WHAT WE LOVE
At Hunt For The Cure, we want to give children and young adults with life-threatening or life-altering conditions an opportunity to experience their outdoor dream and share in the joy of what we love.
These are experiences that make us and these courageous children smile.
As a devoted group of volunteers, we rely solely on the generosity of our sponsors and the individuals and families who donate their time and resources to fulfill the fishing, hunting and camping dreams of children or young adults.
Dedicated to family, we encourage our participating families to get involved in the trip so they can enjoy this special time and build memories to last a life-time.
If you have or know of a child/young adult interested in participating in our program, please go here to register.
To keep up with our adventures, please Like us on Facebook.
Click “Sign Up” if you know a child or young adult (6-23) interested in participating in our program.
IN THE NEWS!
MIDLOTHIAN NOW MAGAZINE
Hunt For The Cure was featured in an edition of the Midlothian Now Magazine. You can read it here:
By Betty Tryon. Photos by Opaque Visuals. Courtesy of MidlothianNOW Magazine, a NOW Magazines, L.L.C. publication. www.nowmagazines.com.
WILLS POINT CHRONICLE
Take a look at the HFTC article in Wills Point Chronicle
KETR FM 88.9 Outdoors with LUKE CLAYTON • MAR 13, 2013
If you missed our radio interview you can listen to it by using this link...