Sportsmen & Women Assisting the Nation's Disabled Sportsmen & Women
SANDS is a grass roots program made available through a partnership with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
SANDS was created to give men and women with disabilities a means to meet able-bodied outdoors men and women who are able to assist the disabled in getting outdoors hunting and fishing. SANDS is more than a mentoring program. It is a way for them to meet new people with common interests in hunting and fishing.
Read NEBRASKAland Magazine article on SANDS Program
To learn more about SANDS and its many services, click here.
The SANDS Web Page information serves as a clearinghouse for those who would like to either offer a hand or find an outdoor partner to provide a hand in the field.
For more information on the SANDS program, contact:
Statewide Volunteer Coordinator Dave Burgess (402) 650-0211
Email Dave Burgess
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is partnering to provide a service for sportsmen and women with disabilities to find sportsmen and women who are willing
to help provide hunting and fishing opportunities or just meet a new hunting partner.
The Commission does not screen users or posters in any manner. Use of this site does not guarantee an offer of assistance or partnership of any kind with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.