The children and adults that Helping Restore Ability assists are in need of game-changers. Gunslinging for Independence is a way to make a difference while having a great time.
Arlington, TEXAS (PRWEB) September 25, 2015
Men and women across North Texas are invited to the second annual “Gunslinging for Independence” Clay Shoot on Thursday, October 22 at the Dallas Gun Club in Lewisville. Proceeds from the event benefit Helping Restore Ability, which provides care and advocacy to the area’s most vulnerable population: those who are impoverished that also live with physical or intellectual disabilities.
“The children and adults that Helping Restore Ability assists are in need of game-changers – people that are interested in impacting the lives of our neighbors, people in need of help where we live and work,” says Vicki Niedermayer, Chief Executive Officer of Helping Restore Ability. “Gunslinging for Independence provides a way to make that difference while having a great time.”
Often called “golf with a shotgun” or “a video game for adults,” sporting clays simulate live targets in a natural setting. This event is for straight shooters and novices of all skill levels who enjoy the fast pace of shooting sporting clays.
“Gunslinging for Independence” will be held at the Dallas Gun Club located at 3601 S. Stemmons Freeway in Lewisville. Check in begins at 10:00 a.m., with the competition starting at 11:00 a.m. An awards ceremony and live auction will immediately follow the shoot. All participants receive lunch, beverages, gifts and a chance to win door prizes and shooting prizes.
The event is open to individuals, as well as companies interested in sponsoring teams of shooters. Sponsorships are available at various amounts and will include corporate recognition and promotion in signage and collateral material. For more information on sponsorship and registration, please visit http://www.helpingrestoreability.org or call 817-635-6020.
About Helping Restore Ability
Helping Restore Ability is committed to creating a future in which no Texan with a disability lacks the resources or support to live a full and independent life.
Established in 1977, Helping Restore Ability is the largest independent nonprofit organization in Texas dedicated to enhancing the lives of children, adults and the elderly that live with physical, developmental or intellectual disabilities. The Arlington-based agency provides in-home attendant care services, offers caregiver training, and connects Texans to the resources they need to continue living in their homes and go to school or work while maintaining their independence and dignity.
Last year alone, Helping Restore Ability provided more than 1.5 million hours of service, with an annual administration cost of less than five percent. For more information, call toll-free at 866-471-9999 or visit http://www.helpingrestoreability.org