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Giving Back

The St. Paul Rodeo relies on the support of hundreds of individual volunteers and organizational partnerships developed throughout the greater area to promote its mission: Offering a world class rodeo event in honor of our Western Heritage. The St. Paul Rodeo gives back to the community in donations to many organizations; see below:


A Family Place of Yamhill County
Bacon Vits n' Friends 4-H Club
Clara Woodruff Scholarship Fund
Columbia River Circuit
Columbia River Circuit Crisis Fund
CS Lewis Academy
Em’s Fight Foundation
Grand Marshal Services
Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund
Marion County Community Emergency Response
Marion County Sheriff Posse
Miss Rodeo Oregon Pageant
Newberg 4-H
Newberg High School Equestrian Team
Newberg Old Fashioned Festival
Northwest High School Rodeo Club
Northwest Youth Rodeo
Oregon Junior Bull Riders
Oregon Veteran's Emergency Fund
Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame
Providence Cancer Center
Providence Newberg Health Foundation
St. Luke's School
St. Paul Cemetery
St. Paul Fire Dept.
St. Paul Green Grazers (4-H)
St. Paul High School
St. Paul HS Key Club
St. Paul Jaycees
St. Paul Parochial School
St. Paul School District
St. Paul Youth Sports Org.
Wounded Warrior Project

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A check in the amount of $23,045 was presented to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund at the Columbia River Circuit meeting in Kennewick on October 5, 2019. Tom Glause, PRCA COO was on hand to accept on behalf of the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund from St. Paul Rodeo General Manager. This check brings the St. Paul Rodeo total donation to to JCCF to more than $160,000 over the last 9 years. The amazing total comes from a dollar from every ticket on "Beyond the Boots Night" each year, tips from the Tack Room Saloon and Beer Stands and a 50/50 Drawing at the St. Paul Rodeo Trail Ride.

A large part of the St. Paul Rodeo's mission is to "give back." Every year the community and non-profits benefit from the St. Paul Rodeo to the tune of more than $250,000. The Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund has been a charity near and dear to the St. Paul Rodeo in order to "give a hand up" to rodeo athletes who are injured through their participation in rodeo.

Watch for the BEYOND THE BOOTS fundraiser performance when the St. Paul Rodeo will donate $1.00 per ticket sold (this performance) to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund.

Sunday, June 7 - 50/50 Raffle at the Trail Ride Breakfast
The St. Paul Rodeo Foundation is conducting a 50/50 raffle to benefit the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund (JCCF). Tickets will be sold on June 7th from 7:30-10:30 am at the St. Paul Community Hall. Each ticket is $5 and tickets will be limited to 300. The winning ticket will be drawn at 10:30 am, you do not need to be present to win. The winner will receive 50 percent of the proceeds from tickets sold and the remaining 50 percent will be donated to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. Good Luck!

What is the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund?

Each year the St. Paul Rodeo hosts PRCA World Champions, top competitors, and those with a dream of rodeo fame. Considered one of the most dangerous and difficult sports in the world, the rodeo athlete puts his well-being on the line in each and every event. With no guaranteed salaries or injured reserve provisions in rodeo, these athletes are often left with no place to turn when faced with serious, sidelining injuries and the accompanying financial hardship. This is where the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund steps in! The JCCF provides need-based assistance to those injured through their participation in the sport of rodeo until they are able to get back on the road and compete again. For more information about JCCF see http://www.justincowboycrisisfund.org.

Become a Volunteer or Supporter

For information about becoming a volunteer or a supporter through sponsorship, contact St. Paul Rodeo General Manager, Cindy Schonholtz at
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