Crowd Funding does WORK!
Archery Crowd Funding does work! This week the Prairie Fire Archery club, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, scored a major win in the fundraising initiative to acquire necessary equipment and get the club growing, by becoming the Featured Prospect at USA Archery’s Rally Me crowd funding web site. To date $1,100 has been raised to support Archery and the club will ensure the funds will go a long way to helping youth archers, though more is needed to breath further life into the Kansas Archery scene and invigorate archery as a premier sport in the metro area.
Kansas City is experiencing an archery revival in recent months with Joanna and Kerry Heidebrecht of Prairie Fire Archers at the forefront. You can help jump start the initiative by helping our crowd funding efforts in the next 65 days. The link below will take you directly to the Rally Me web site and your donation will be much appreciated.
Full Disclosure: Archery in the City writer, Mike Reynolds, is an instructor for Prairie Fire Archery club based in Bonner Springs, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. Archery in the City does not receive compensation for promoting Prairie Fire Archers, in fact it’s quite the opposite experience as I donate many hours and countless dollars to support them and other archery initiatives in the state of Kansas. Thank you for your support.