NSSF’s Project ChildSafe Sweepstakes: Donate for a chance to win a Benelli Shotgun and other prizes from CrossBreed, Brazen and Yeti
Donations Support America’s Most Influential Firearm Safety Program
NEWTOWN, Conn. — Project ChildSafe® Foundation has launched an exciting Sweepstakes to raise funds in support of the National Shooting Sports Foundation®’s Project ChildSafe program, which works to prevent firearms accidents and misuse by promoting safe handling of firearms and secure storage when not in use.
The Sweepstakes features a variety of prizes contestants could win by making a “qualifying donation.” Funds raised will then go to provide free gun locks and safety information to communities across the country in support of Project ChildSafe, which was developed by gun owners for gun owners and launched by NSSF® in 1999. Now in its 21st year, Project ChildSafe is the leading firearms safety program in the country.
“Project ChildSafe is a real safety program that genuinely saves lives and helps keep families and communities safer,” said Joe Bartozzi, NSSF President and CEO, and Chairman of the Project ChildSafe Foundation. “We’re always grateful for the support we receive from the gun-owning community, and now through this sweepstakes we can also give a little something back.”
Through the sweepstakes, contestants can be entered to win one of several prizes, including:
- A Benelli Montefeltro 12 Gauge Shotgun ($1,129.00 value) for a qualifying donation of $125.00 or more,
- A Brazen Sports Watch with 20th Anniversary Project ChlidSafe engraved case back ($550.00 value) for a qualifying donation of $75-$124,
- A CrossBreed Holsters prize package ($366.70 value) for a qualifying donation of $35-$74, or
- A Yeti 20-ounce tumbler with MagSlider lid ($40.00 value) for a qualifying donation of $15- $34.
Every qualifying donation receives a chance to win. To enter, or to see full sweepstakes rules, visit nssf.org/pcs-sweepstakes. The Sweepstakes will be open through February 26, 2021. Donations made through the sweepstakes support the Project ChildSafe Foundation and are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law (please check with your tax advisor).
About Project ChildSafe
The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association of the firearms industry, launched Project ChildSafe in 1999 (originally as Project HomeSafe). Since then, the program has provided nearly 40 million free firearm safety kits and gun locks to firearm owners in all 50 states through partnerships with thousands of law enforcement agencies across the country. That’s in addition to the more than 70 million free locking devices manufacturers have included, and continue to include, with new firearms sold since 1998. While helping to prevent accidents among children is a focus, Project ChildSafe is intended to help adults practice greater firearm safety in the home. More information is available at projectchildsafe.org.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of thousands of manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers nationwide. For more information, visit nssf.org .