Robinson Outreach at RiverCross Ranch strives to relieve the conditions associated with youth and elderly in need, by providing Equine Assisted Learning and related therapies.
The Robinson family has deep roots in the Springbank community and take pride in their generous contributions to this area for many decades. This long-time ranching family is now fulfilling a dream that will allow others to share in the beauty of their Springbank ranch. The ROARR foundation is doing exactly that – sharing the family’s blessings with others that are not as fortunate. ROARR's headquarters are located at RiverCross Ranch, on the Robinson’s Val Vista Ranch property just west of the Springbank High School.
Meet the Team
Janet joined the Roarr team as Executive Director in February of 2020. She brings years of experience working with seniors, children, and youth in the public sector. She has extensively worked with Indigenous Relations, and Refugee families. Janet looks forward to bringing her commitment to building stronger communities and empowering those in need with her knowledge and experience, as it relates to Roarr’s programming.
Volunteers are the heart of Roarr! They help out with everything including, cleaning horse pens, trailering horses to home care visits, serving lunches to seniors, assisting our facilitators, and mentorship programs for our clients. Roarr’s programs would not happen without the hard work, commitment, and passion of each volunteer.
Meet the Horses
Board of Directors
President / Founder