Steve and Sue Skold
It has become very apparent that one must be on the legislative and policy playing field and actively engaged to protect our sporting way of life and the proper management of our wildlife resources. The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation has proven time and again that they can score the wins in our nation's capital and all fifty of the US states. Thus, it was an easy decision for us to include the Sportsmen's Heritage Fund in our family estate planning.
We believe that wildlife management decisions are largely non-partisan (or at least should be non-partisan) and that CSF is the main organization that can reach across the aisle. They are consistently getting things done and have now for over 34 years. That track record is important to us as we are at a point in life where we are thinking about how we want to direct our estate once we are gone. Our kids are set in their careers and a grandchild is on the way. We hope that they and future generations will be able to enjoy the sporting life as we have. It only makes sense that we give to the organization that informs, influences, and defends policies that protect and promote those outdoor traditions that have been such a major part of our lives.