*Helps feed thousands of low income families in N.E. Wisconsin.
*Helps reduce deer populations when required, providing a valuable deer management tool.
*Promotes responsible deer management and deer hunting motivations and opportunities.
*Reduces the waste of venison and other frozen wild game, birds, and fish.
*Encourages the involvement and success of first time and young deer hunters.
*Displays and teaches generosity, good values, and hunting ethics.
*Helps deer hunters discover the many blessings of hunting as a food provider for others less fortunate.
*Provides a NO COST outlet for deer with an easy donation process for the deer hunter.
*Enhances the positive image of deer hunting with many benefits for the deer hunter and non-hunter alike.
2.) The donated deer must be properly field dressed, cleaned, tagged, and registered before we can accept the deer as a donation to the program. Handle the deer as if you are going to provide it for your own family. No deer will be accepted that does NOT have a registration tag.
If the temperature is above 40 degrees at the time you harvest the deer you plan to donate, please put two bags of ice in "each" deer carcass, one in the chest cavity and another between the hind quarters. This will help preserve the venison until you can drop it off.
6.) If you have frozen packaged wild game from previous hunts, we will accept that meat in good condition, all year long. The meat must be frozen and in good shape. Paul's Pantry in Green Bay is the drop off site for any packaged wild game meat including venison.
8.) If you hunt and live outside of N.E. Wisconsin, and plan to donate deer in other parts of the state, check out the complete list of STATEWIDE WISCONSIN DEER DONATION drop off sites and processors.
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