GA Ducks Unlimited has been serving as a leader for waterfowl conservation since 1937. While bird populations have been declining over the last few decades, duck and geese numbers are increasing due to the persistence of hunters who saw this decline, communities, and conservation organizations, such as Ducks Unlimited.
Matt Dubnik has been a current Georgia House of Representative member since January 2017. Since then, Dubnik has served on the Game, Fish, and Parks Committee and has been an avid supporter of conservation.
In 2018, Dubnik helped pass House Bill 784 to establish a special license plate supporting the conservation of waterfowl populations and their habitats. The license plate will have the Ducks Unlimited logo on it and will aid in raising money for the Department of Natural Resources.
Since 1937, Ducks Unlimited has been focused on buying, restoring, and protecting wetlands. They are committed to safeguarding waterfowl habitats and encouraging legislation to do the same. With the help of its supporters, community members, volunteers, and donors, Ducks Unlimited has conserved 15 million acres of land.
Matt Dubnik and Ducks Unlimited Georgia
Dubnik recently got elected to the national board of directors for Ducks Unlimited. After long supporting the conservation efforts of DU, Dubnik will make an excellent addition to the organization. Board members for GA Ducks Unlimited are volunteers who give their time and resources to help DU restore and conserve wetlands and waterfowl habitats.
As he looks forward to his new role on the board, Dubnik hopes the next decade will bring unmatched support for Ducks Unlimited Georgia, resulting in unparalleled habitat delivery throughout North America.
Matt Dubnik has supported Ducks Unlimited since he was at Georgia Tech and served as GA Ducks Unlimited’s state chairman from 2018 to 2020. Before this accomplishment, he was the Regional Director in Georgia from 2004 to 2009.
Previously, Dubnik worked for six years in Ducks Unlimited’s fundraising department in Georgia, where the environmental conservation group typically raises over $2 million a year in the state.
It’s a family affair in the Dubnik household, as Matt Dubnik’s sons are also heavily involved in their dad’s passion for conservation by joining him in a duck club in Arkansas.
Charity Safaris and GA Ducks Unlimited
All GA Ducks Unlimited fundraising banquets can now send a hunting donation request to Charity Safaris. Ducks Unlimited Georgia chapters can participate in all Charity Safaris donation hunts. As a result, each local DU banquet keeps 100% of the proceeds. GA Ducks Unlimited can also sell multiple trips to reach its fundraising goals.
At Charity Safaris, we walk the extra mile with each charity by working together with the auctioneers and auction coordinators, ensuring everyone understands the packages. We provide support to ensure every charity has a successful event.
Contact us if you have a charity or nonprofit organization and would like to request a hunting trip for your next fundraising event.