Hunting for Humanity: A Wild Game Community Dinner in Vancouver
Adam Hill, owner of Unique Storage & Organizers, and David Booth, #7 from the Vancouver Canucks, have teamed together to hold a community dinner for those interested in wild game. As avid members of the hunting community, Hill and Booth want to spread awareness about the benefits of wild game as well as help the less fortunate in the Vancouver area.Vancouver, British Columbia, -- Hunting for Humanity: A Wild Game Community Dinner is a free special event hosted by Adam Hill, owner of Unique Storage & Organizers and David Booth, #7 from the Vancouver Canucks. It will take place on January 19, 2014 in an effort to feed the less fortunate and spread awareness about hunting and wild game.
"The goal of the wild game community dinner is to not only spread awareness and defeat misconceptions about hunting, but also to contribute to the local community and help relieve hunger"The sponsors of the community dinner hope to feed between 1,000 and 1,300 people. Their focus is on the homeless and hungry, as well as people who have never before tried wild game. The types of foods offered will include duck chili, moose hotdogs and a venison stew. There is no charge for attending.Adam Hill, responsible for co-organizing the event as well as providing deer and wild duck meat, believes in the benefits of hunting and eating wild game. He says, "My choice to feed my family game meat is an easy one for several reasons. First, I feel that wild game has a better life than its farmed counterpart; the animals live in the wild and roam free, eat nothing but natural vegetation, and are harvested in a humane way. Eating wild game also has its health benefits. It has zero antibiotics or growth hormones pumped into it, and is a leaner, more flavourful meat. A lot of planning, effort and time goes into hunting and it is harder than most people realize, but it is worth it to my family and me."Hill also realizes that that some have reservations about whether hunting is ethical and humane, and points out that without hunting, which keeps wildlife in check, the number of wild animals could quickly become too large for the natural resources available. This would lead to an increase in sick or starving wildlife.The goal of the wild game community dinner is to not only spread awareness and defeat misconceptions about hunting, but also to contribute to the local community and help relieve hunger. The event is completely free of charge, and is open to anyone who needs a meal or who has never tried wild game.Unique Storage and Organizers (www.uniquestorageandorganizers.com) is a full-service custom closet company specializing in helping homeowners in the Vancouver area achieve better home organization. The company offers custom storage spaces of all types, including kitchen pantries, custom home offices and custom garages. The owner, Adam Hill, is active in the community and an advocate for both feeding the hungry and promoting the benefits of hunting.