Charity Clay Shoot


The 2022 Charity Clay Shoot is in the books!

Thanks to the generosity of our honored guests, sponsors, participants and volunteers, more than $11,000 was raised.  All proceeds fund financial readiness education programs that help combat financial insecurity amongst our service members and their families.

Make plans to join us in 2023 for a great day of breaking clays, prizes, raffles, fun, and support for America’s active duty and veteran service members, civilian federal employees, and their families.  

Prizes are awarded for best overall individual and squad scores.
Can’t attend but still want to support us? Make a donation or provide prizes from our Amazon Wish List.

For questions or to volunteer, please contact Lisa Kennedy, Development Specialist, for additional information: Email or (817) 569-3401.



Overall Best Squad – Dunda’s Disappointments

Overall Best Individual – Andrew Magness

Raffle Winners – Dominic Harrison, Pat Lyttle, Eric Schuster, Timothy Westcott



FCEF is deeply grateful to these sponsors for their generous support and making our cause their own.

  • First Command Pathfinders District
  • Laserfiche
  • Dell


What is a Charity Clay Shoot?

Sporting clays courses use clay discs targets launched to introduce the illusion of speed or distance in the eye of the competitor, moving at speeds or in the ways of game birds. We have breakfast, games, raffles, lunch, and prizes.


All proceeds of the Charity Clay Shoot fund the development of financial readiness programs that help combat financial insecurity amongst our service members and their families.

How does it work?

To participate in a round of sporting clays, each squad of four will compete at each station in order (individuals will be grouped into squads). Targets may be thrown from literally any angle or distance to simulate birds in flight and gives the participant the experience of actual hunting conditions.


Breakfast, lunch, safety briefing, ear and eye protection, 100 shotshells/participant, 100 sporting clays/participant, one golf cart/squad, and access to pro shop.


The venue requires that children between the ages of 10 and 17 be accompanied on a 1:1 basis by an adult and that the accompanying adult maintain physical presence with the child at all times while in the range.

Available for Rental

There are a limited number of shotguns available from the pro shop on a first-come basis.