We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our 10th Annual Clay Shoot was a tremendous success, raising over $150,000—a record-breaking achievement!
This remarkable outcome wouldn't have been possible without your support. We want to extend our sincere gratitude to our wonderful participants, whose energy and sportsmanship made the event truly memorable. A huge thank you goes out to our generous sponsors, whose support was instrumental in our fundraising success. And to our dedicated volunteers, your hard work behind the scenes was invaluable.
We are excited to share that the proceeds from this year's event will benefit two fantastic organizations in our local community: Benicia Community Action Council (BCAC) and Rebuilding Together Solano.
Your contributions will help make a real difference in our community.
We hope to see you next year at Birdslanding for the 11th Annual Clay Shoot.
Thank you for making this event an incredible success. Your support means the world to us.
The Benicia Community Action Council is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1967 to provide services to the economically disadvantaged in Benicia. The Benicia CAC provides information and referrals to available County services, linkage with other agencies and programs. Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities and makes our City and our nation a better place to live. BCAC Mission is to reduce poverty; enable self-sufficiency; and foster community capacity and engagement to support, work with, and advocate for those in our community struggling to meet their basic needs.
Rebuilding Together Solano County (RTSC) provides free home repair and rehabilitation services for low-income homeowners and community facilities. During a one-day project, local businesses, community members, skilled tradesman and concerned residents come together from all walks of life to repair and restore low-income homes in our Solano County neighborhoods. RTSC is a local affiliate of Rebuilding Together USA, a national organization that includes more than 150 affiliates across the nation. In the past twenty-five years, more than 150,000 homes have been rehabilitated by Rebuilding Together volunteers.