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Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund Mission Statement:
To provide need-based financial assistance to athletes injured through their participation in professional rodeo.


You DO NOT have to be a PRCA/WPRA member to receive assistance.

JCCF had awarded nearly $9.5 million in need-based financial assistance to almost 1,350+ injured rodeo athletes and their families.

100% of all proceeds go to eligible athletes.

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JCCF Board Members Honored during ProRodeo Hall of Fame Induction Weekend


During the 2023 Hall of Fame Induction weekend, JCCF Board Members Tom Feller and Bryan McDonald received well-deserved recognition. Bryan McDonald was honored with the prestigious Ken Stemler Pioneer Award, acknowledging his significant contributions to the PRCA and rodeo, which have left a lasting impact on the sport. Tom Feller was inducted into the Notable category, celebrating his dedication and hard work that have made a meaningful difference in the rodeo world. As devoted members of the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund Board, they have selflessly devoted their time and energy to further the JCCF mission, and their remarkable impact on the rodeo industry is truly extraordinary. We are grateful for their invaluable contributions and proud to witness them being honored in this manner.

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Whiskey, Women, and Wine - A Stellar Success!


We are thrilled to share the incredible success of the inaugural Whiskey, Women, and Wine event, which took place on June 30 in collaboration with the World's Oldest Rodeo. This exclusive luncheon featured a delightful blend of live and silent auctions and captivating presentations about JCCF by distinguished guests.


Thanks to the dedicated committee's tireless efforts, the WOR event was a resounding success. Tables were highly sought-after, and sponsors received prestigious buckles, while attendees enjoyed SWAG bags filled with delightful goodies, including Yeti wine mugs and quality gifts. We anticipate raising an estimated $15,000. This event exemplified our strong sense of community and support, and we extend heartfelt gratitude to all participants, donors, and volunteers. Your generosity makes a meaningful impact on injured rodeo cowboys and cowgirls. 

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A big thank you to the Mike Cervi Jr Memorial Pro/Am Roping for their continued support of the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund! 

George Aros and Mel Potter have presented a JCCF donation raised through the 2023 annual roping event. Despite the weather challenges faced this year, the event showed true dedication to the cause! 

It's heartwarming to see the rodeo community come together for such a great event. Let's keep supporting events like this and making a positive impact in our communities!


Pictured (L to R) are George Aros and Mel Potter with a JCCF donation raised through the annual Mike Cervi, Jr. Memorial Pro Classic Team Roping and associated events.


George and Mel pulled out all the stops to honor their dedication to this great event and their support of the JCCF.


We accept Visa or Mastercard on this donation system.

Thank you for donating to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Your donation will assist in providing need-based financial assistance to athletes who have been injured through their participation in professional rodeo. All donations go to fulfilling our mission of giving “a hand up” to rodeo athletes and their families due to the generosity of people just like YOU!

Click on the red DONATE button to begin the process, chose a one-time gift or monthly pledge. One-time gifts have the option of designating them as a memorial or honorary donation and providing the contact information for acknowledgement. You will receive a receipt at the end of the donation process and we will send a letter to the family in the case of memorial donations or the honoree in the case of honorary donations if you provide contact information.

Thank you again for your support of the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund!
Any questions email or call (719) 528-4726.

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