Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement that allows people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. Created in 2012, Giving Tuesday is a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past eight years, it has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.

As you consider organizations to support this crazy year, please consider Weatherby Foundation International as one of the recipients of your generosity. The adverse effects of this global pandemic on our ability to approve grants directly hinders our ability to fulfill our mission statement “to educate youth and the non-hunting public on the beneficial role of ethical sport hunting and its contribution to wildlife conservation, and to protect our constitutional right to do so”. In order to continue our long-standing tradition of raising funds for the types of programs and organizations that will ensure our way of life and traditions are carried forward by future generations, we need your help! Direct donations will translate into support of the programs and organizations that need these funds to make sure we are all here in future years, celebrating what we love.

Over the past five years, Weatherby Foundation International has been honored to support organizations such as No Child Left Indoors, Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, Pheasants Forever, Student Air Rifle Program, Trinity Oaks, Turning point USA, and many many more in the cumulative amount of over $1 Million. With your help, we’d like to continue that tradition. This year, Giving Tuesday falls on December 1st. In order to make giving as easy as possible, we have two options for giving:

  • Please click the link below to make a donation directly.
  • If you would rather, you can always phone us and give your information verbally. Please contact Kameron Bybee at 480.648.7607 if you prefer this method of giving.


Thank you – as always! – for your continued support and generosity.