Can you help USA Shooting Chad Whittenburg in his quest to help RAISE THE FLAG and ensure America’s Shooting Team athletes get the valuable opportunities they need to compete internationally representing the shooting sports. 

On average, funding an athlete to compete in a World Cup costs approximately $3,400. Thirty athletes are competing at the Beijing World Cup, for a team total of $102,000, not including coaching and team support expenses. 

Every single dollar raised will go directly to paying for athletes travel overseas to World Cups, World Championships and World Cup Finals for the remainder of this calendar year to help us Raise the Flag. 

Dear Potential Supporter:

I will not sit back any longer without doing everything I can to make sure our athletes have the resources they need to go about raising our flag at international competition, It is unacceptable to me that we as an organization and shooting sports community can’t rally behind America’s Shooting Team athletes enough to ensure they can compete overseas as proud members of Team USA without having to fund that trip themselves. Our athletes deserve the opportunity to compete and get better without that financial stress weighing over them.  We can do better for our athletes that represent America and the shooting sports at the highest level and accepting this challenge will allow us to do so and help us achieve our 2020 vision.

Will you join me in supporting them today? 

With Sincere Thanks,

Chad Whittenburg

USA Shooting, Chairman

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT TODAY – Accepting this challenge is so vitally important because unlike most of the athletes they compete against, our shooting team members do not receive any support from the government. It's up to people like you to make up the difference.