Charities Supported

Every year we review requests for financial assistance from throughout the community in a variety of shapes and sizes. Our goal is to identify immediate needs where we can provide assistance to the highest level of impact, and put the funds we raise to work as soon as possible. If you know of a pressing need in the community please get in touch with our leadership. Some of the recent beneficiaries of the good will of our Wild Game Dinner guests have been:

Proceeds raised at past events have supported dozens of causes, including the following recent beneficiaries:

  • Austin Fly Fisher’s SKIFF
  • Boy Scouts
  • Burke Center for Youth
  • Camp Breakaway
  • Center of the Plate
  • Dripping Springs Adult Education Program
  • Dripping Springs Public Library
  • Dripping Springs United Methodist Church Hispanic Outreach
  • Dripping Springs United Methodist Church Honduras Mission Trip
  • Dripping Springs United Methodist Church Scholarship & Youth Ministry
  • Dripping Springs United Methodist Church Welcome Team
  • Dripping Springs United Methodist Church WOW Dinners and Church Picnic
  • George’s Well (built a well in a Kenyan Village)
  • Hays/Caldwell Women’s Center
  • Healing Horse Ranch
  • High School Scholarships
  • Kairos Prison Ministries
  • Methodist Healthcare Ministries
  • Methodist Outreach Service Troop (M.O.S.T.)
  • Mission Trips
  • Red Arena
  • United Methodist Army
  • United Methodist Men
  • Young Life

Paddles Up Campaign

In recent years, the Dripping Springs Wild Game Dinner has chosen a specific charity to be the recipient of the Paddles Up campaign conducted during the dinner. This year’s Paddles Up charity is:

Moss Pieratt Foundation
The Moss Pieratt Foundation aims to fund research and promote awareness regarding the sudden unexplained death of children (SUDC) over the age of 12 months, while also honoring the joyful life of John “Moss” Pieratt, Jr.   Visit MossPierattFoundation.org for more information.