The following eligibility requirements apply:
Professional hunters and assistants (and their survivors).
1. Any injured or killed party must be a member in good standing (or be employed by a member in good standing) of the professional hunting association in the state or country in which the injured or killed resided (if such professional hunting association exists).
2. Any applicant must demonstrate to the Foundation’s satisfaction that the applicant or applicant’s family has sustained serious bodily injury or loss of life while providing professional hunting services. The Foundation may ask for information and documentation including, but not limited to, the following:
a. A written report (or the applicant’s personal representative or next of kin if the injured party was killed in the accident), describing the accident.
b. Photographs of the injuries sustained by applicant
c. The applicant must provide a report of the financial needs arising from the injuries or death from the accident
Survivors of government agents, rangers or game scouts who are killed while providing anti-poaching services and survivors of game wardens, biologists, and park rangers who are killed while providing professional services related to the conservation of wildlife.
- The applicant must be the immediate survivor
- The applicant must provide a written report, that led to the death of the deceased.
- The applicant must provide a report of the financial needs arising from the death of the deceased and the specific amount of monetary loss suffered by applicant because of the death.
- The decision to grant, and the amount of any grant, is within the sole and absolute discretion of the Foundation. Additional eligibility requirements and guidelines may apply at the discretion of the Foundation.