ACUI provides funding to teams as part of the ACUI Clay Targets Inc. 501(c)3 entity formed to manage the grant awarded by Larry and Brenda Potterfield. ACUI has been a recipient of the grant since 2012 and will continue to apply as long as it is available.
ACUI hosts both regional competitions and an international competition to not only provide student leadership and competitive opportunities, but also to promote the sport and therefore allow for awards to be presented for participation, event results, and for team fundraising efforts. Through these events, teams share fundraising efforts and best practices as a part of their networking.
The 2018 ACUI fundraising match is called 30-30-3000.
The first 30 teams that order a minimum of $1,000 (return value) worth of free fundraising items from MidwayUSA Foundation will receive $1,000 in team endowment funds. The value of the item is based on the minimum amount required to be returned to their MidwayUSA Foundation account. Find current items available here.
The first 30 teams in 2018 that return money to their MidwayUSA Foundation team endowment account will be matched by ACUI dollar-for-dollar up to a maximum of $2,000. The maximum a team account can receive from ACUI matching with this promotion is $3,000.
MidwayUSA Foundation match is separate and will only apply to the funds raised by the team and returned to the MidwayUSA Foundation team endowment account.
How your team can maximize your fundraising efforts with the help of the MidwayUSA Foundation:
The donations from ACUI to the MidwayUSAFoundation Team Endowment Accounts were established to benefit collegiate and youth shooting teams and are
made possible, in part, by grants to ACUI from the Tulsa Community
Foundation Youth Shooting Fund established and funded by the generosity of Larry and Brenda Potterfield.