(Michigan City, IN) Henry Repeating Arms Company, the leading manufacturer of lever-action firearms in the country, has partnered with the Kids & Clays Foundation to support their national series of sporting clay events. Proceeds from the events 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.
“We are certainly very proud to be working with Henry to help raise funds vital to our mission,” said Bill Keyser, president of the Kids & Clays Foundation. “Henry’s Anthony Imperato and his great team are making a large difference in the lives of countless families—many during their time of greatest need.”
Henry’s donation included a large cache of limited edition Silver Boy lever-action rifles, hand engraved with beautiful artwork including the Kids & Clays logo by Baron Technology.
“We are honored to be working with Kids & Clays and their ultimate mission of helping children and their families when they need it the most,” said Anthony Imperato, Henry Owner and president. “Our company’s mission is to help Americans through not only our fine, domestically made products, but also through donating our time, efforts and funds to worthy causes. Kids & Clays is certainly one such cause.”
The Kids & Clays logo Henry Silver Boys will be featured at all of the 2016 Kids & Clays/Ronald McDonald House sporting clays events. To find an event near you, visit www.KidsandClays.com. They are also available at select retailers across the country.