Hunt For The Cure Inc is a registered 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to serving children/young adults with chronic or life threatening medical conditions or life altering injuries on hunting and fishing trips. We want to give these children an opportunity to enjoy some of the same things we love to do.
Hunt For The Cure wants to add fun to the lives of children that have chronic/terminal illnesses or have endured life altering injuries. We want them to experience nature, the outdoors and the joy of hunting and fishing while surrounding them with positive understanding and support.
We are a family/friend run organization. We like to get the families and friends of our kids involved so that they can enjoy this special time as well. We offer a positive and emotional support team for the children as well as the family.
If you have or know of a child/young adult that suffers from a chronic/terminal illness or has endured a life altering injury, that has a dream to go hunting or fishing, please go to our contact page and let us know about this child.
Hunt For The Cure is privileged to work with several different outfitters, allowing us to offer multiple options for hunting and fishing based on the needs of each individual participant.
You can catfish on Lake Tawakoni, or crappie fish on Caddo Lake. If you prefer hunting you can go to White Rock Trophy Ranch in Italy (TX) or the Wildlife Ranch in Mason (TX). We also work with other out fitters so you can hunt a trophy buck or go on a duck hunting adventure! Our program is open to children and young adults under the age of 23, who are facing a life threatening or terminal illness or have sustained a life altering injury, who also have a wish to hunt or fish. To be considered for participation in our program, you are required to fill out several documents including a referral application and a medical release, which can be found below.
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...