Giving Back

Giving back to our community

Giving back to the communities where we work and live is a deeply held value at Not a Clue Adventures. We are proud that our contributions, leadership and volunteer efforts help create strong communities–providing a better environment for clients and neighbors to live. As a company, and as individuals, we support a wide variety of organizations by volunteering and providing much-needed resources. We invite you to join us in making the world a better place for our families, friends and neighbors. You can find out more about these non-profit groups through the links on this page.

Not a Clue Adventures is a proud Supporter and Mentor for

Hunters Helping Soldiers

“HHS” is dedicated to taking wounded warriors on hunting and fishing trips not only to fulfill a trip of a lifetime, but to assist in the healing process through the great outdoors.

Through sponsorships and donations Not a Clue Adventures is able to take wounded soldiers and families of active duty deployed personnel on outdoor excursions that will give them a day or two away from the stress of everyday life.

We THANK YOU for your service!

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Florida Wild Mammal Association

Not a Clue Adventures is a proud supporter of FWMA

The Florida Wild Mammal Association (FWMA) was established in 1994 to rescue, rehabilitate, and release the sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in Wakulla and the surrounding counties. The other main focus has been public education on wildlife issues. We ask that you take a look at this wonderful organization and consider joining us in contributing a monthy donation for all they are doing for our wild neighbors!

FWMA has:

  • Rescued over 7,000 mammals, birds and reptiles, over 1000 in 2007.
  • Served Wakulla, Franklin, Leon, Taylor and Jefferson Counties and part of Leon County.
  • Been supported 100% by donations and grants.
  • Been a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
  • Offered ongoing educational demonstrations for local schools.

Brooksville Ridge Volunteer Program

Volunteer to help conserve Florida’s rare species and habitats!

The Brooksville Ridge region includes public and private lands in Pasco, Citrus, Hernando, Sumter and Levy counties. The Brooksville Ridge Volunteer Program is managed by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Volunteers who have a passion for conservation and the environment can help by working with scientists and land managers to remove exotic plants, prepare lands for prescribed burns, assist with habitat enhancement and land management and participate in wildlife research as a citizen scientist.

Conservation volunteering is a rewarding experience where YOU can work side-by-side with conservation professionals and other volunteers helping with real projects while learning new skills. If you want to help the environment, get dirty and make a difference, then we need you!