Your membership at work
The membership increase will also provide additional resources to allow FGA to address challenges and promote both the link between conservation and sustainable use of wildlife through hunting and recreational shooting. With the support of members, FGA can continue its proactive efforts to secure the future of hunting in Australia, to grow clay target shooting, to invest advocacy resources into national and local issues, and to continue the 60 years of practical conservation work around wetland habitats and waterfowl. So where do your membership dollars go? Operations, Support, Membership Administration includes wages of the National Office staff who contribute significantly to advocacy, governance, events and promotions, as well as the provision of member services. A good proportion of those membership dollars helps carry the fight for hunting, firearms ownership and stewardship of public land used for hunting and recreational shooting.
Insurance refers to public liability insurance for both the organisation and members and does not include firearms insurance.