Donate Wild Game

We offer a variety of ways to donate wild game. Hunters For Good estimates a typical Texas deer yielding 50-pounds of processed venison will make approximately 200 servings of lean protein. This program supports a long-term solution to food insecurity by utilizing a naturally occurring and oftentimes wasted food source.

  • Donate field dressed game at participating wild game processors. We limit the number of processors we work with due to handling costs and quality of work. Currently, Cinnamon Creek Wild Game Processing is our preferred processing partner in the North Texas area. Call us if this drop off point is not convenient and we will try our best to work with you in making other arrangements.
  • Excess processed meat in your home freezer? Give us a call and we will make arrangements to pick it up and provide you donation receipts for tax purposes.
  • Want to donate processed meat rather than pick it up from the processor? Sometimes that home freezer is just too full! We will pick up your donation from the processor in a timely manner and provide you donation receipts for tax purposes.
  • If you have a processed deer and need only a portion of the meat please consider a donation of the remainder. Give a call to inform us of the donation and let the processor know to set the donated portion aside. We will pick up your donation of processed meat from the processor in a timely manner and provide you donation receipts for tax purposes.
  • Hunters For Good also accepts donations of beef. Typically, you haul the animal(s) to the processor and we will work with the processor regarding payment of the processing fees. Please call to confirm arrangement before taking animal(s) to the processor.

 

Please note: We can only pay processing fees for whole, field dressed and unprocessed animals. We cannot pay for previously processed meat. Please donate meat that has been properly tagged, processed, not freezer burned or otherwise mishandled during the harvesting process. Payment of processing fees is based upon the availability of funds. For more information call 214-564-8070.