The Texas Chapter Paralyzed Veterans of America (Texas PVA) Announces the 2nd Annual Fall Sporting Clays Shoot Fundraiser

2nd Annual Fall Sporting Clays Shoot FundraiserThe Texas PVA will host the much-anticipated 2nd Annual Fall Sporting Clays Shoot Fundraiser. This year’s fundraising festivities will take place on Sunday, October 1st at Moyesway Shooting Sports located at 12601 FM 20 in Kingsbury.  This event is sure to be a fantastic day of competition and comradery for individuals, friends and corporate teams. All levels of shooters are welcome.

Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. with a start time anytime between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.  The awards lunch is after shooting is completed, and a silent auction will be open all day. The donation for a four-person team is $600 and $150 per individual shooter.

Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available at a variety of levels. For details, Click Here and to register for the event, Click Here.

All participants must bring their own side-by-side or over/under shotgun (no autoloaders or pumps), shells, eye protection and ear protection. The maximum shell size is 12 gauge, 2 3/4″, #7.5-shot, 1 1/4 oz. loads. 

All proceeds from this fun-filled event will benefit Texas PVA.

You don’t want to miss out on this great event – be sure to reserve your team’s/individual spot today. To register online, Click Here.

About Texas Chapter Paralyzed Veterans of American

The mission of Texas PVA is to serve veterans with spinal cord injury/disease, and individuals with disabilities, by providing programs that build a better future for them so they may be active in the community and live life to its fullest.

Texas PVA was established in 1972 and currently serves veterans in south Texas (Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi and all areas in between.)

From supporting important health issues to connecting veterans to resources and programs, Texas PVA is a multifaceted, fully committed advocate for veterans with spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D). We are a member organization looking out for its members as well as all people with disabilities. Membership in Texas PVA is free and open to honorably discharged veterans who have suffered a spinal cord injury or disease (such as MS, ALS). Currently, Texas PVA has a total membership of 570 veterans.

Texas PVA strives to build a community of confident and capable people regardless of their physical capabilities. The goal is to improve the quality of life of veterans with spinal cord injury or disease. By providing services, the organization helps veterans live happier, healthier, and more satisfying lives.


From hospital liaisons to emergency assistance, we provide vital programs to veterans and their families. Our programs include:

  • Sports, Recreation, and Wellness Program: Provides recreational services to veterans which ensures the physical stability of the veteran. Extensive outdoor sports program which includes many bird and deer hunting opportunities as well as several fishing trips throughout the year. Other adaptive sports provided such as archery, wheelchair basketball, and rugby.
  • Advocacy: Texas PVA and its satellite offices work closely with local and state organizations to advocate for solutions to the problems affecting the disabled person’s needs.
  • Research and Education: Provide funding for research for a cure for paralysis. The chapter also provides funding for continuing education courses for VA employees so that our members will continue to receive the high level of care that they need.
  • Member Services:
    • Peer Counseling: Texas PVA members serve as peer counselors to newly injured or diagnosed spinal cord disease veterans in a VA approved Peer Counseling Program.
    • Emergency Assistance: This program helps members of the Texas Chapter who may find themselves in need of emergency assistance. Assistance provided for paying mortgage or rent, utilities and other important living expenses.
    • Family Hotel Assistance: This service is designed to assist members’ immediate family with hotel expenses when visiting with an inpatient or newly admitted patient to the SCI/D unit.
    • Liaison: The Chapter provides volunteer’s supplies, toiletries and various other benefits to our veterans who must spend time in the hospital.

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