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Supporting OTF does more than make a difference. It changes students’ lives forever.

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Memberships

Memberships are available in two levels: annual sponsor members and life members. Each membership receives unique benefits and all impact the lives of students nationwide.

Partnership Initiative

The Partnership Initiative Program is a 3-year partnership in which charitable foundations make an annual donation to the OTF to fund a specific unit of our curriculum.

Direct Donations

Whether it’s cash, real estate or planned giving there are many tax deductible options to support OTF though donations. Please consult with your tax advisor to structure your gift.

EVENTS

The April 20, 2023 concert was a great success!
Check back for the 2024 date this summer! Events are a fun way to support OTF throughout the year.

Member Benefit

Times Afield Newsletter

Members have exclusive access to our quarterly newsletter, Times Afield. Become a member today to receive news, training, program highlights and more.

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Memberships

Holding a membership of any level supports OTF’s mission to teach outdoor education through the Outdoor Adventures curriculum, which is now in more than 1,200 schools across 48 states, impacting 120,000+ K-12 students annually.

Sponsor Members receive a logo decal sent in a welcome letter and the quarterly Times Afield newsletter.

Life Members receive the benefits of a regular Sponsor Member and an engraved, special-edition, two-knife set and a lapel pin. The one-time $1,500 is divided into funding one new Outdoor Adventures classroom ($1,000), and the remaining $500 is added to the OTF’s endowment to provide for future growth.

Available Memberships

Life Member – $1,500.00 one time fee
OTF Sponsor – $50.00 annual membership fee

Partnership Initiative

The Partnership Initiative Program is a 3-year partnership in which charitable foundations make an annual donation to the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation to fund a specific unit of our curriculum. Outdoor Adventures includes 37 units and we are actively looking for outdoor industry partners for each unit. Contact us for more information about becoming a curriculum sponsor.

Current Partners

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Angling Curriculum

We have partnered up with Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s Outdoor Fund to help fund angling curriculum and equipment for students all across the country. This provides OTF with $150,000 over 3 years, specifically for Outdoor Adventure schools purchasing the anglers unit. Thank you Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s!

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Wildlife Conservation

Safari Club International joined our Partnership Initiative Program to sponsor the Wildlife Conservation unit of Outdoor Adventures at $25,000 annually for three years. Thank you Safari Club International Foundation for helping students learn about the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation!

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Shooting Sports Curriculum

Houston Safari Club Foundation is providing OTF $15,000 annually for three years to sponsor the shooting sports unit of Outdoor Adventures. Hundreds of students have gone on to compete in shooting sports as a direct result of Outdoor Adventures.

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Outdoor Journalist Education Foundation

The Outdoor Journalist Education Foundation of America (OJEFA) co-sponsors the wildlife photography unit of Outdoor Adventures. OJEFA helps students pursue careers in outdoor communication.

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Educate. Conserve. Volunteer.

We have partnered up with the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance to unite the union community through conservation to preserve North America’s outdoor heritage.

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Our Mission

We have partnered up with Pass It On Outdoor Mentors to give young people of diverse backgrounds a chance to experience the great outdoors.

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THE FIREARM INDUSTRY TRADE ASSOCIATION

We have partnered up with the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote a safe way of keeping guns out of the wrong hands, encourage enjoyment of recreational shooting and hunting, and help people better understand the industry’s lawful products.

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Join the +ONE® Movement Today!

NSSF +ONE® Movement establishing a secure future for hunting and shooting sports.

Direct Donations

CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS

Your monetary gift is always welcome. The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation offering beneficial tax advantages to donors.

LAND AND OTHER ASSETS

The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation welcomes the donation of land and other real assets. (Please consult your tax Professional for advice on valuation and deductibility.)

PLANNED GIVING

Your planned or future gift integrates your generosity with your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goals to maximize benefits to both you and the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, helping to ensure that the foundation’s mission is fulfilled for years to come. Your professional advisor can put together all the necessary financial and tax related paperwork to set up your personal gift.

Holding a membership of any level supports OTF’s mission to teach outdoor education through the Outdoor Adventures curriculum, which is now in more than 1,000 schools across 47 states, impacting more than 100,000 K-12 students annually.

Sponsor Members receive a logo decal sent in a welcome letter and the quarterly Times Afield newsletter.

Life Members receive the benefits of a regular Sponsor Member and an engraved, special-edition, two-knife set and a lapel pin. The one-time $1,500 is divided into funding one new Outdoor Adventures classroom ($1,000), and the remaining $500 is added to the OTF’s endowment to provide for future growth.

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Annual Fundraiser Events

Events are a fun way to support OTF. Visit our event page for details and schdedule:

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501 (c)(3)

The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation is a qualified 501 (c)(3) charitable organization under IRS regulations and does not provide legal, tax, accounting or financial advice or services. All non-monetary gifts must be approved by the OTF Board of Trustees. The Board has ultimate responsibility of acknowledging all gifts made to the Foundation. The Board is also responsible for compliance with the current IRS requirements in acknowledgment of such gifts. IRS Publication 561 covers determining the value of donated property and IRS Publication 526 covers charitable contributions. These techniques and strategies are the OTFs understanding of legal and tax related issues but is not a recommendation of this or other planned giving strategies. Please consult your own legal and tax advisors for their guidance regarding planned giving strategies to your specific personal specific circumstance.

Audited Financials

Please contact us if you would like to view financials from previous years.