We are a club with members all over the United States, Canada and Australia.
We have an average of 101,000 readers a day, with many readers from Russia, the Ukraine and Eastern Europe. I wish we had writers who could write in Russian. All of our membership fees and ads go to the expenses of keeping the website going.
We have a very large website and need to have special protections, plugins,
template costs and webhosting functions to keep it going. We have over 80,000 files and 4000 articles. And yes we have web crises from time to time.
We volunteer because there is no other website with articles written by ordinary
women who hunt. We are all different ages, different occupations and do different types of hunting The women who keep this club going are committed to having articles and a forum available to those
who want to hear what women hunters are doing.
Since 2000 when Womenhunters was first formed, the website has gone through several major overalls We try to keep current with website technology, but we have to learn as we go along.
When the end of the year comes, our readers will be making many charitable
contributions to support their favorite charities and organizations. We as a
non-profit corporation have never advertised for donations, nor sent mail
out to members looking for financial support. I know that it sounds naïve to
have kept this club going all these years without a fund drive, but it’s true.
We would love to make some major upgrades to our website to improve the readability and that takes some paid experts to accomplish these goals.
Supporting a 'woman only' hunting web magazine is something
we can all be proud to be part of. Kathleen Kalina, President of Womenhunters, Inc.
Here’s what you can do:
To make a non-profit tax donation, send to
520 62nd Avenue N.
Brooklyn Center, MN 50430
Or go to paypal and send it to: orders @womenhunters.com
Trust Your Gut
by Linda Burch Dahlen
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