Support Kids and Clays Foundation at NSCA Open Sporting Clays Shoot

Mar 18, 2016

The NSCA is kicking off registration for the 2016 Kids & Clays NSCA Open with a special incentive: we’ll draw for three Remington 597 .17 HMR rifles out of the first 100 people who register for this inaugural sporting clays event. The Kids & Clays NSCA Open is planned for April 29 – May 1 at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio. It will feature a 200-target main event, plus 100-target FITASC, prelim, farewell, 5-stand, and super sporting events and 50-bird small gauge, pump, and side-by-side events. Shooters can register up to 950 targets! The shoot benefits the Kids & Clays Foundation, which supports the work of Ronald McDonald House Charities around the country. Kids & Clays is the official charity of the NSCA and NSSA. For more event information, view or download the registration form. Registration is now open at

Cardinal Center to Host Scholastic Clay Target Program and Kids & Clays Foundation Event

Mar 04, 2016

(Marengo, OH) The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) is partnering with the Kids and Clays Foundation to hold a two-day sporting clay charity event at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. The event will be held July 15 and 16 during SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) National Championships. Anyone, youth and adults, can register to compete in this fun 100 target Sporting Clays charity event!

The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is the nation’s leader in youth development shooting sports programs. The Kids and Clays Foundation supports a series of shooting events across the country with all proceeds benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities. All proceeds from this special two-day event will help each organization fulfill their mission.

“This event will add more excitement to our National Championships while also benefiting both organizations,” said Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Program Director. “Although our missions are different, in the end, both organizations greatly benefit youth and families. This makes our event a win-win across the board.”

The Kids & Clays Foundation also sees great value in this partnership.

“We are certainly proud to work with such a highly respected organization that is making a great difference in the future of our shooting sports,” said Doug Jeanneret, Kids & Clays executive director. “This two-day shoot will highlight the work of both our organizations while at the same time raising badly needed funds. It will also be a really fun event for all participants.”

A portion of the proceeds, through the Kids & Clays Foundation, benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities, who provide housing and other help to tens of thousands of critically ill children and their families across the country each year.

Proceeds will also benefit the SCTP’s scholarship program providing assistance to graduating high school seniors continuing their education in college. Scholarship applications are available on the SSSF’s website.

For more details on the special two-day sporting clay event or for more information on the SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program visit or contact Amanda Wondrash at or Tom Wondrash at

For more information about the Kids & Clays Foundation visit or contact Doug Jeanneret ( or Zac Lemmon ( or call 219-874-2100.

For more information on the Cardinal Shooting Center, visit