🌟 ROARR New Season Begins in March – Volunteers Needed! 🌟

Dear ROARR Volunteers, As spring buds begin to bloom, so too does a new season of hope and healing at ROARR. We are thrilled to announce that our new season starts in March, and with it comes the heartwarming opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those we serve. Volunteer Opportunities: This year,…

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In loving memory

In loving memory of two cherished members of the ROARR family, Smoke and Benjamin. Their gentle spirits and unique personalities have left an indelible mark on our hearts and the spaces they once filled.

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Doubly Delighted: Extending the Impact of Giving Tuesday

Dear Valued ROARR Supporter,  Today, we are reaching out with a heart full of gratitude to express our sincere thanks for your support of ROARR during the past years. Your contribution helps our youth-at-risk and senior participants to benefit from the magic of horses!   ROARR is thrilled to share some fantastic news with you.  Thanks…

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Miniature horses make a special stop for Cochrane seniors

Sunshine and miniature horses made for a great day at Bethany Cochrane this week. Robinson Outreach at RiverCross Ranch (ROARR), a non-profit organization that provides Equine Assisted Learning and related therapies to youth and elderly in need, spent the morning brightening the day of seniors in Cochrane. Read the Full Article here: https://www.cochranenow.com/articles/miniature-horses-make-a-special-stop-for-cochrane-seniors- Original Article…

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Donation from The Samaritan Club of Calgary

The Samaritan Club of Calgary donates $5000 to the 2023 ROARR youth summer program. This generous gift allows the ROARR Team to continue delivering Equine Assisted Learning to at-risk youth at no cost. Thank you for your commitment to youth and for making a difference.

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Donation will provide youth transportation to ROARR

Representatives of the Rotary Partners of Calgary at Stampede Park present a $4,500 donation to ROARR that will finance the transportation of 30 students to the equine-therapy ranch for eight weeks. From left, Donna Mintz, ROARR director Rochelle Zemlak, ROARR director Cynthia Baum, Rhonda Yaskowith, and Denise MacLeod. Read the full article on Cochrane Now…

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