A bullet is anyone who is dedicated to spreading awareness about the importance of America’s outdoor heritage and the powerful, positive impact that outdoor hunting and shooting activities have on our nation’s youth. Bullets signify their dedication to these important causes by choosing to wear our organization’s signature orange ribbon or other bullet-related apparel.
What is the purpose of 2 Million Bullets?
Our ultimate goal is to unite all people involved with outdoor hunting and shooting activities under a common umbrella that is recognizable around the nation and even the world. Through the help of our bullets, we hope to create a symbol as recognizable as those related to professional team sports associations like the NBA, MLB and NFL.
How does 2 Million Bullets use its donations?
Threefold, we use every dollar of our donations toward making hunting and shooting activities more accessible to youth and spreading awareness about the importance of outdoor activities in the lives of children. Proceeds from the sale of our ribbons, merchandise and general donations are used to fund the organization’s operating expenses, to offer youth services through the Camp Compass Academy and establish an endowment to fund America’s future expansion of our youth hunting and shooting activities.
What is the significance of the orange ribbon? Why was it chosen?
The awareness ribbon is highly recognizable throughout the U.S. as being related to charitable causes and is associated with awareness and caring. Orange is a color commonly worn by hunters.
How can I help 2 Million Bullets?
There are several ways that you can help us reach our goals, including:
Who does the 2 Million Bullets campaign serve?
Our campaign serves all hunting and shooting enthusiasts who have used and benefited from our nation’s outdoor heritage and want to see its traditions continue for generations to come. Our organization also serves young people throughout the country who benefit from spending time outdoors hunting and shooting.