Community Event Support
For Nonprofit Organizations
Free Event Venue
Host Your Community Event Support Fundraiser at 88 Tactical
For nonprofit organizations looking to host a fundraising event, 88 Tactical will provide the venue free of charge. Our state-of-the-art facility has multiple rooms and spaces available, including classrooms, a large parking lot and the Founders Club (full bar and dining space).
How to Participate in Community Event Support
A Community Event Support representative from your nonprofit organization must fill out the request form below. These requests are subject to facility availability and are not guaranteed. Organizations must also be able to provide proof of 501(c)(3) status.
What if I don’t have a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, but I still need an event venue?
All our event spaces are available for rent to members, corporate groups and the general public. Click here to learn more.
If you have any questions, please contact our Community Event Support outreach coordinator, Kody Radil.
Explore 88 Tactical
88 Tactical offers an unrivaled broad range of instruction in firearms, self-defense, anti-bullying, rappelling, field medicine, bushcraft and survival, and more.
88 Tactical has state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor facilities that include multiple shooting ranges, classrooms, a VIP lounge, café, retail pro shop and much more!
Attend an 88 Tactical event, or host your own! We have multiple rooms and spaces available for your work meeting, birthday party or family gathering. We also offer unique team-building exercises and corporate retreats.
My favorite class is the primal defense class because I see the greatest amount of change in the students in the shortest amount of time. Intermediate and advanced carbine courses would be a close second because they are physically and mentally challenging. My favorite every day piece of equipment is my Eidolon holster for my Glock pistol. It combines good retention, fast draws, and excellent concealment.
One of my favorite classes to teach is the Basic Survival Skills. For most folks it is an empowering outing that is challenging, but still executed in a controlled environment. I really enjoy seeing the look of accomplishment come across someone’s face when they build their first fire on their own. I also like to see the mixed classes of males and females. The Woods does not care who you are, it is gender neutral. You either succeed or fail. It is my job to see you don't do the latter.