Hunters for the Hungry Hosts “Clean Out Your Freezer Day”

Photo by Julie Lively
Photo by Julie Lively

Hunters for the Hungry (HFH) will host its annual “Clean Out Your Freezer Day” to benefit food banks and pantries across the state on Sunday, Sept. 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. In conjunction with Hunter Action Month, huntersare encouraged to clean out their freezers before the upcoming hunting seasons and share their leftover bounty with the hungry. Donations will be distributed directly to those in need in partnership with approximately 400 agencies across the state.
In past years, HFH has collected more than 230,000 pounds of fish, game and other
frozen protein items. “Clean Out Your Freezer Day” is HFH’s annual kick off for the
hunting season, and provides a much-needed boost to the organization’s year-long protein sourcing efforts.
Hunters for the Hungry encourages hunters and anglers to enjoy the plentiful wild game
in Louisiana and give back by sharing frozen fish and game with the hungry through
programs such as “Clean Out Your Freezer Day” in the fall and “Donate A Deer” in the
winter months. “Clean Out Your Freezer Day” gives hunters and anglers an excellent
opportunity to put their leftover fish and game to good use when preparing for the
upcoming hunting season.
“Clean Out Your Freezer Day” isn’t just for people who hunt and fish. All are welcome
to join the cause by donating any frozen foods or proteins (except feral hog) to benefit
those in need. All donations must be labeled and dated.
All donors will be eligible to win a Thompson Center Venture camo rifle .270
with a Nikon scope donated by South LA QDMA.
For details and a list of collection sites in your area, visit HFH at


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