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Contributions to the South Carolina Wildlife Partnership:

The South Carolina Wildlife Partnership is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) entity, which allows your contributions to be tax deductible.

We encourage each potential donor to consult with their own CPA about contributions for SCWP. We would be happy to schedule a meeting to further discuss all possibilities with potential donors and their CPA representatives to maximize the opportunities for their tax-deductible contributions.

Any and all contributions are greatly appreciated and will be used to help carry out our mission at SCWP.

Project specific or any other detail marked contributions will be confirmed and agreed upon on a case by case basis.

We look forward to the opportunity to make a difference together for the present-day public hunter as well as the future of our hunting heritage through our SCWP partnership with SCDNR, South Carolina public hunters, and South Carolina private land owners!

Why donate to the South Carolina Wildlife Partnership:

  • Contributions are tax deductible

  • Your contribution ensures more hunting opportunities for the South Carolina public hunter

  • Contributions will protect our right to hunt, while creating new public hunting opportunities for the public on private lands

  • Provides a direct impact on the partnerships formed between public land hunters and private land owners

  • Increases the number of new and excited hunters who just needed the opportunity or a place to go experience hunting

  • Protects the heritage and legacy of hunting

  • Directly affects South Carolina’s economy by increasing hunting license and other outdoor industry sales

  • Heightens the awareness and understanding for today’s and tomorrow’s outdoor enthusiast on concepts such as: conservation, wise use, successful wildlife management practices, sustainability, outdoor experiential learning, and ethical hunting

  • Provides other avenues for today’s society to reconnect to nature as well as form a relationship between the South Carolina public hunter and private land owners leading to greater hunting opportunity for all

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