2015 Dates Announced: February 13- March 1, 2015, specific show dates to be confirmed later
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San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Foundation

San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Foundation
In 1987, college was only a dream for many students, the Association began a scholarship program for graduates from Texas high schools. In the years since, the program has assisted the educational pursuit of more than 170 students. Recipients of the scholarships must participate as members of 4-H, FFA, and FCCLA programs, demonstrating the Association's anchored belief in these important youth programs.
 
In March of 2002, the Association continued it's tradition of serving West Texas youth by developing the San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. 

Our Mission

The mission of the foundation is to manage San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association scholarship funds and funds to benefit the future growth of the Association.
 
Endowments, individual, and corporate gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible. The proven generosity of West Texas friends and businesses have helped the Foundation grow into a self sustaining educational program for young people and serve as an avenue for charitable and memorial giving to the San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Association.
 

Foundation Board

President-  James Sanderson

Vice President- Mike Boyd

Secretary- Sande Harrison

Treasurer- Brad Fly

 Directors: Chris Dublin, Larry Garvin, Pierce Miller

Scholarships

Agriculture drives our nation and has a profound impact on youth, deeply ingraining hard work and developing life skills. In 1987, the Association began a scholarship program to benefit the youth of Texas and supporting higher education. The scholarships awarded have assisted the educational pursuit of hundreds of high school students. Through the San Angelo Stock Show, scholarships are awarded based on work inside and outside the classroom identifying well-rounded and driven individuals. Students receiving scholarships participate as members of 4-H and FFA programs, demonstrating the Association's anchored belief in these important youth programs. Recipients of these scholarships will attend an accredited Texas university, college, or technical school. All scholarship applications must be turned in by April 1!