Firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson donated $50,000 to Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) at the 2014 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) show in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday, Jan. 15. James Debney, President and CEO of Smith & Wesson, presented the check at the Smith & Wesson booth to Tom Taylor, Chairman of HAVA.
“As HAVA begins to prepare for its 7th Anniversary, Smith & Wesson is honored to re-dedicate its commitment to the organization with a contribution that will support HAVA’s ongoing mission and programs,” said Debney. “We are privileged to be a founding member of HAVA, an organization that has played a key role in the lives of thousands of military men, women and families who have reconnected to the shooting sports and related activities.
Formed in 2007, HAVA is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and helping the healing process for disabled combat veterans through a number of different outdoor activities. Thus far, HAVA has sponsored events in over 20 different states across the country.
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