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 donations go to eligible athletes.
California Rodeo Salinas Makes Donation
For over two decades, the California Rodeo Salinas has been a steadfast champion in raising funds for the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund (JCCF). We are immensely grateful for their unwavering commitment to our shared mission of providing vital assistance to injured cowboys and cowgirls during their most challenging moments.
Throughout the years, numerous rodeo committees across the nation have joined forces to host various fundraisers dedicated to supporting the JCCF. These events have proven to be an invaluable source of financial aid, enabling us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who face adversity in the rodeo arena.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the California Rodeo Salinas and all those who have contributed to this noble cause. Your steadfast and long-term support has been the cornerstone of our ability to provide critical aid to those who need it most. We remain deeply appreciative of your ongoing commitment and look forward to continuing our partnership for many more years to come. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
World's Oldest Rodeo Hosts Cornhole Tournament
In a remarkable display of community spirit, the World's Oldest Rodeo in Prescott, Arizona, known for its rich tradition, introduced a new tradition of its own: the first annual World's Oldest Rodeo Cornhole Tournament, all in support of the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. The event was a resounding success, despite facing challenging weather conditions, including arena flooding which served as the unconventional stage for the cornhole tournament
With such a strong start, we have high hopes for the future. We anticipate the World's Oldest Rodeo Cornhole Tournament to grow even more in 2024, fostering a legacy of compassion, camaraderie, and continued support for injured rodeo athletes. Thank you to all who made this inaugural event a remarkable success, and we look forward to what the future holds for this unique and benevolent tradition.
Pendleton Round-Up Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament
On September 11th, we gathered in Pendleton, Oregon for the traditional Pendleton Round-Up Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament.
This extraordinary occasion is dedicated to commemorating the lives of David Bowen, Randy Dierlam, Davey Smith, Mike Currin, and Bob Card, while also benefiting the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund.
While we eagerly anticipate the final fundraising figures, the 2023 edition of this event promises to set a new record in donations to the JCCF, further advancing our mission to support injured cowboys and cowgirls.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
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 email@example.com or call (719) 528-4726.