Federal Ammunition Supports Kids & Clays Foundation

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posted on July 18, 2019

Federal Ammunition is continuing its commitment to the Kids & Clays Foundation and its mission to help critically ill children and their families win the fight of their lives. Kids & Clays has been supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) through shooting sports for two decades. 



“This is a great opportunity to back an organization that not only supports Ronald McDonald House Charities but also introduces thousands of new shooters to the sport each year with its fundraisers,” said Jason Nash, senior director of marketing for Federal Ammunition. “We couldn’t be more excited about our continued support of such a great cause.”

The organization’s fundraising sporting clays events are structured to provide all the equipment and supplies an individual would need to participate. This allows hundreds of first-time shooters to participate in a safe and fun environment. Kids & Clays is projecting its 2019 supported events to raise more than $2 million dollars for local Ronald McDonald House Charities.

“Because of support from companies like Federal, the organization expanded to 24 fundraising events with another dozen on the backburner to add in the next few years,” said Doug Jeanneret, executive director of the Kids & Clays Foundation. “These events are expected to reach nearly 5,000 participants, of which many are newcomers to the shooting sports.”  

Watch this video to see what happened when Federal and USA Shooting team members headed to Colorado Springs to take part in the inaugural Kids & Clays event for RMHC of Southern Colorado

For more on the Kids & Clays Foundation, visit kidsandclays.com. To donate and learn more about USA Shooting’s team, head to usashooting.org.  

Top Gun Sporting loads are specifically designed for sporting clays shooters, pushing their payloads fast to shorten leads yet reduce felt recoil to allow for quicker follow-up shots. Available in 12, 20 and 28 gauge, as well as .410. 

Federal is dedicated to conservation and its support for programs that help develop the next generation of American shooters is second to none. 

For more information on Federal Ammunition, federalpremium.com

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