In its fifth year, Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt is actually the largest fundraiser for the Bismarck Cancer Center.
This weekend, hunters from all across the nation are here to raise money for cancer patients.
Last year the event raised enough money to provide housing to families for 16-hundred nights.
"It helps alleviate some of the stress in their life. If we can help with lodging for a couple days or gas to travel a couple hundred miles it's just one less thing they have to worry about in a time of high stress and anxiety and it really alleviates a lot of there issues and that's what were trying to do," says Co-Chair of Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt Jon Hanson.
Money raised also helps to provide food and gas cards for cancer patients and their families.
Theodore Roosevelt's great grandson Tweed is also here for the event.
Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt also honors our nations veterans, and wildlife conservation.
The group is also hosting a silent auction to raise money to help victims of the wildfire in Bucyrus.