MidwayUSA Foundation Assigns Sarah Hall as Project and Events Manager

Columbia, MO –MidwayUSA Foundation is excited to announce Sarah Hall as its new Project and Events Manager. This position will allow Sarah and MidwayUSA Foundation to continue expanding fundraising efforts through unique projects and in-person events. Sarah joined the Foundation as a Program Manager and has worked directly with youth shooting teams and organizations to utilize and grow their endowments. As a University of Kentucky graduate and member of the rifle team, Sarah is a product of the very youth shooting programs MidwayUSA Foundation supports.

“MidwayUSA Foundation’s influence in youth shooting sports has grown greatly since I joined in 2017. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to expand the fundraising tools that we offer youth shooting programs throughout the year. Events like Day of Clays, sporting clays tournaments held around the country, and our upcoming Pheasant Bonanza hunt are some of the unique ways to grow endowments and continue to expand our presence in the industry,” said Sarah Hall. Day of Clays – Nebraska will be held on April 10, 2022, and registration is now open for shooters of all skill levels and ages. Every squad entry is a tax-deductible donation to the endowment of the squad’s choice. The donation will be matched, and the event will offer additional opportunities to benefit endowments, including side games and sweepstakes. Register online:

Along with in-person events, Sarah will work closely with John Linquist, MidwayUSA Foundation Relationship Manager, and Foundation sponsors to bring unique products and experiences to their newly created online auction site with Eventgroove. New auctions will be introduced each month and funds generated from each auction will be matched and also benefit the endowment of the winning bidders’ choice. MidwayUSA Foundation holds endowments for over 2,800 youth shooting teams and 70 organizations.

MidwayUSA Foundation is now accepting applications for Sarah’s previous role of Southwest Program Manager. The primary responsibility of the Program Manager is to encourage teams to engage in fundraising activities to grow their respective endowment accounts. Additionally, Program Managers are actively involved in the discovery and acquisition of new Team Endowment accounts and in providing high-quality services and support to current Team Endowment account holders, on an ongoing basis. The candidate must live in one of states from the region which include California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Missouri. Interested candidates should visit the careers page on MidwayUSA Foundation’s website for additional information and steps to apply.

The MidwayUSA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity working to sustain and grow youth shooting sports by providing long-term funding to youth shooting teams. Every donation made is tax-deductible and allows the Foundation to assist in expanding and enhancing the leadership skills, confidence, and discipline of today's youth through shooting sports activities. The Foundation supports all shooting disciplines. For more information about how the MidwayUSA Foundation is changing the future of youth shooting sports, please visit or call 1-877-375-4570.