1125

Camp Woodie Campers Each Summer

500

Chapter Volunteers

7000

Camp Leopold Camper Days Each Year

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The South Carolina Waterfowl Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to enhance and perpetuate South Carolina’s wildlife heritage through education and habitat conservation. Donate to SCWA to fund education and habitat programs. Use the yellow “Donate” tab in the main menu.

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Without your support, SCWA's youth conservation education and waterfowl habitat conservation programs would not be possible. There are many ways to support SCWA's mission to enhance and perpetuate South Carolina's wildlife heritage through education and waterfowl habitat conservation. Your donations can provide critical scholarship funding for underprivileged youth to attend Camp Woodie and Camp Leopold. Donations can also support waterfowl habitat enhancement projects, waterfowl research, or the operation and expansion of the 968-acre SCWA Wildlife Education Center. You may also be interested in making a gift to the SCWA endowment to leave a lasting legacy of support. We greatly appreciate your consideration of support and hope that you will make a tax-deductible donation to SCWA. To give to SCWA, visit the "Donate" tab on the main menu.

 

 

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Click here to register for Camp Woodie 2021!

It’s time to register your camper for Summer 2021! We have so many new features and developments at camp, and we can’t wait to share them with you. Register by October 31 and get a $50 discount! Learn more about Camp Woodie here.

 

 

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SCWA COVID-19 Update from CEO, David Wielicki

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges. Like you, we are working to ensure the health and safety of family, friends and coworkers. SCWA is following all public health safety guidelines. Our Spring 2020 Camp Leopold programs have been cancelled, and we are working to reschedule schools for the fall. Some banquets are being rescheduled for the late summer and early fall. I am cautiously optimistic that Camp Woodie will be open for Summer 2020.

This is SCWA’s 34th year of operation, and thanks to your support, SCWA will weather this storm. The SCWA Team has worked hard to cut operating costs in order to keep all of our team members employed during this crisis. During this time, staff are working hard to improve the quality of our education and habitat conservation programs. We are using this time to make SCWA a stronger and more efficient organization.

I am amazed at the dedication of our frontline medical professionals. As a thank-you for their efforts, SCWA will be awarding 200 Camp Woodie scholarships to children of frontline medical professionals. These scholarships will be distributed by our 28 chapters across South Carolina.

As Abraham Lincoln once said, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” Let us all work together to create a bright future for our families and our country.

Godspeed,

David Wielicki

Chief Executive Officer

 

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Without your support, SCWA’s youth conservation education and waterfowl habitat conservation programs would not be possible. There are many ways to support SCWA’s mission to enhance and perpetuate South Carolina’s wildlife heritage through education and habitat conservation. SCWA has a vision to provide opportunities for all South Carolina youth to participate in hands-on natural resource conservation experiences.

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Your donations can provide critical scholarship funding for underprivileged youth to attend Camp Woodie and Camp Leopold. Donations can also support waterfowl habitat enhancement projects, waterfowl research, or the operation and expansion of the 968-acre SCWA Wildlife Education Center. You may also be interested in making a gift to the SCWA endowment to leave a lasting legacy of support. We greatly appreciate your consideration of support and hope that you will make a tax-deductible donation to SCWA.

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