The WRCA: Helping Working Cowboys
The Working Ranch Cowboy Association exists to support working cowboys
It was established in 1995 in Amarillo, Texas. It is a professional association for helping working cowboys, ranch owners, and foremen.
- One of its objectives is to keep the western heritage, work ethics, and ideals alive.
- Another of its goals is to assist cowboys and their families when they need help. For example, they give scholarships to finance college and provide loans to families in times of serious needs.
- For 20 years the WRCA has been helping preserve the lifestyle of the working cowboys.
To qualify for assistance (according to the rules of WRCA, a person needs to:
- Be a full-time working ranch cowboy or day worker
- Or an immediate family member
Examples of crisis scenarios
- Medical needs
- Natural disasters
- Illness/health issues
- Work-related accident
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