A former teacher and counselor, Douglas (Doug) Grant worked in San Antonio, Texas, schools for more than 20 years. Currently applying his experience as a teacher to his work in the mental health field, Douglas Grant enjoys supporting local charities, including Trinity Oaks.
Trinity Oaks allows game hunters and nature enthusiasts to give back to their community by spending time in the great outdoors. Its programs use hunting and fishing as tools to help young people, veterans, and people in need.
The organization’s meat processing and distribution program allows hunters to donate the meat from game animals they procure. Trinity Oaks picks up large donations, whether they are already frozen cuts of meat or whole game animals.
Trinity Oaks workers process donated game in their commercial-grade kitchen. The resulting cuts of meat are sent to area shelters, kitchens, and other places where it can be used to feed families in need. This service supplies 1,150 meals every day, or 9,000 pounds of meat each month.