Outdoor recreation is important to the lives of people with
disabilities, our youngsters, and our elders.  Our mission is
more than a "good cause", it is a necessary one!  Improving
life and making your community a better place!
Many outdoor
events are possible:

Hunting, fishing,
shooting and
archery.....
We will work to organize an event that is
safe, fun, educational, and beneficial to the
participants, partners, and your local
community.

Serve Outdoors marries experience in
logistics and resources with the strength of
local grassroots support to host events that
improve the quality of life for the
participants.  Your local community
benefits from the positive exposure of a
compelling event.  
Welcome to Serve Outdoors, Inc.  
Nonprofit, charitable, educational organization   -   Founded in 2008

There is no cost to participate.  Serve Outdoors is not a
membership organization so there is
no membership fee.  

The events are
free with the exception that each participant
must purchase their own hunting or fishing license and pay
for any lodging needed.

Family members, parents, guests, and personal attendants
are welcome and encouraged to attend.  
Serve Outdoors events are family oriented.  
"I thought my life long passion
of hunting was over after I
developed so many health
problems.  But then I got
involved in Serve Outdoors and
with their help I have gone
turkey and deer hunting every
year!  This is great!"

Dan Hartsell,
Keosauqua, IA
   THE FOLLOWING  
        CAN HOST
        AN EVENT:

  • BUSINESS

  • CIVIC
    ORGANIZATION

  • CHURCH

  • CONSERVATION
         ORGANIZATION

  • CLUB

  • SCHOOL

  • FAMILY

  • INDIVIDUAL

"How far you go in life
depends on your being tender
with the young,
compassionate with the aged,
sympathetic with the striving and
tolerant of the weak and strong.  
Because someday in your life
you will have been all of these."

George Washington Carver
DISABILITY:
"A physical or mental
impairment that
limits or prevents
normal achievement."


Is that right...?


YOU WILL SEE
PHOTOS OF
PEOPLE ON THESE
PAGES THAT DO
NOT LET THEIR
"DISABILITY"
LIMIT
ANYTHING!
Carson Butts
"Turkey Slayer"
Rogersville, Missouri took
his first trophy gobbler on
March 31, 2012 during the
Missouri Youth Season.
Carson is 10 years old.
He was diagnosed with
Acute Lymphoblastic
Leukemia in 2003.
He fought this dreaded
disease bravely until he
took his last treatment in
January of 2007 and was
declared cancer free!!!
Carson said, "I rang his bell!!!"
Carson and his Grandpa Steven.
** NEW CHAPTER **  
The Texas Hill Country Chapter of Serve Outdoors
New Braunfels, TX
Contact Darrel Schacht at 830-237-2513 or
txhcserveoutdoors@yahoo.com
Ty Cornell (L)
guided Noah Houk (R)
to this fine deer
at the first event
hosted by the
Texas Hill Country Chapter
in
New Braunfels, Texas.

To Help People with

Disabilities, Veterans, Elderly, Youth

Enjoy Outdoor Recreation.

To Educate Our Participants and Volunteers

On How To Overcome The Barriers

To Success In The Outdoors.