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Calf Scrambler Program

Do you know that C4H supports two calf scramblers yearly and that you can follow them here? It is more than just the scramble portion at the Rodeo in March; it is a commitment and educational endeavor for future generations.

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At the Scramble, students from area agricultural programs work individually and together to catch a calf. The winners are given a voucher for an animal to raise the following year. 

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Throughout the year, students learn every aspect of raising these animals. This includes agricultural impact, budgeting/financing, responsibility, time management, and showmanship. 

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C4H follows our sponsored students throughout this year. IN 2023-2024, we sponsored Tobyn and MacKenzie and their heifers, Jerry and Jude. You can follow their blog here. 

"Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference."

Kathy Calvin

Upcoming Events

CRAWFISH BOIL FOR CHARITY

Our annual charity Crawfish Boil is BACK!  Join us again at World of Beer - Katy and support local breweries  Paradigm, St. Arnold, No Label, and  Estrella as they compete in the crawfish cookoff.  Come out and support as 100% of the Crawfish sales go to C4H to support our mission as we serve our military and first responder communities.

  • Raffles, live music and more to come!

  • Pre-pay for all you can eat Crawfish $30 (limited packages) or $9 per pound, prior to Friday the 17th.

  • Day of  event price: $40 all you can eat and $12 per pound.

  • Rain or shine!  No refunds of pre-sale bugs...

BENEFIT FOR OFFICER ADAM RUDY

Officer Adam Rudy has been bravely battling cancer. Due to the cancer, Officer Rudy's left arm was amputated. C4H will be cooking for this event at the Houston Police Officer Union Building. All are welcome to attend. 

June 14, 2024 | Fri - 11AM - 2PM

1602 State Street, Houston, Tx 77007

Join Us

To Feed Our First Responders

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