Welcome to GOAL's Women's Resource Page
Whether you are looking for firearms training, how to get started in hunting or shooting, where to go, what to do, we hope we can help!
GOAL Welcomes New Women’s Programs Assistant
We are excited to announce that we have contracted with Kerrie Ann Auclair, of Ways to be Empowered, to assist GOAL with continuing and expanding women training opportunities.
Kerrie Ann is currently the State Director of the DC Project of Massachusetts and Armed Women of America. She is also an NRA, Refuse to Be a Victim, USCCA instructor, and Range Safety Officer, as well as being certified by the MA State Police to conduct approved BFS courses.
Kerrie Ann’s main objective is assist GOAL’s Director of Education and Training, Jon Green, with programs such as Women on Target and general days at the range for women. The ultimate goal is to be able to expand training and range access opportunities for women, which makes up the fastest growing demographic of the Second Amendment community.
With the number of women shooters on the rise, GOAL has always realized the importance of providing programs and resources to female Second Amendment enthusiasts and helping ranges offer the knowledge and opportunity to serve their communities.
This is why we are excited to add a woman instructor to our team! Kerrie Ann Auclair will help support local ranges and provide additional training and availability to our community's women and children.
Let's welcome Kerrie Ann. We are excited to have her on board.
If you would to host a ladies' day at the range or establish a women's program at your club, contact Kerrie@GOAL.org
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ACCEPT BEING OR BECOMING A VICTIM
Click here to go to: www.SelfDefenseIsFreedom.com for more information.
Are you a victim of domestic violence or just want to be responsible for your own safety and the safety of your loved ones in general - you are not alone, we can help!
Reach out to us: Angela@goal.org or 508-393-5333 ext. 20
Call 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)
Regardless of your race, gender, religious beliefs, political leanings, you have the basic human right to defend yourself and the ones you love.
Gun Owners' Action League (GOAL) has launched this project to educate and assist people of all walks of life in their effort to take responsibility for their own safety. A restraining order is an important legal step, but it is only a piece of paper. It won't help you, or your loved ones, when an attacker is through your front door!
This program focuses on the learning of outdoor skills that are valuable to anyone wishing to enjoy the outdoors.
A sampling of workshop offerings may include: basic fishing, beginning shotgun, kayaking, map & compass, reading the woods, archery, pond and stream adventures, nature photography, martial arts, outdoor and game cooking, edible plants and much more.
For more information, as well as registration materials, you can join the BOW email list.
Women On Target® clinics are available only to women — it’s a safe and friendly environment whether you’re picking up a gun for the very first time or are just brushing off some dust and need a little refresher. You’ll immediately feel at ease in the half- or full-day clinics, and will be provided with a hands-on, one-of-a-kind experience. No experience or equipment is necessary to participate.
Women for Gun Rights
The DC Project raises awareness that firearms safety and violence prevention are achieved through education, not legislation; encourages the preservation of America’s gun culture; and highlights the diversity and rising demographic of female gun owners through ongoing advocacy because gun rights are women’s rights.