Today, 1 in 9 Americans struggle with hunger and 1 in 6 kids don't know where their next meal will come from. Those figures amount to tens of millions of people across the country that are "food insecure" and rely on local food banks and/or other hunger relief organizations. As inflation continues to rise, food becomes more expensive and this problem is only exacerbated. Hunters have a unique opportunity to help chip away at the hunger problem across the country by donating wild game they harvest to those in need. Donating wild game isn't a new concept, but it's a movement that Brett and his partner Steven hope to reinvigorate with their television show and ministry "DoeNation Outdoors".
What began as just a couple of guys focusing their hunting efforts on doe management and filming those hunts has evolved into a movement and ministry to feed the hungry. Through "DoeNation Outdoors" they've been able to donate nearly 7,500 pounds of wild game meat to thousands of people in need and they have a big vision for the future. Using their show as a platform they hope to expand into all fifty states and create chapters with like minded people that want to donate wild game to those in need and address hunger issues across the country.
Listen in as Brett Williams, co-host of "DoeNation Outdoors" joins The Revolution to talk about their mission to feed the hungry with wild game meat donations from hunters across the country. Watch "DoeNation Outdoors" on Sportsman Channel, Fridays at 12:00 p.m. ET and Saturdays at 1:00 p.m. ET