Cargo Ranch

Purpose

Cargo Ranch is a horse ranch that uses horses to work with kids from broken homes. It is primarily a mentorship program where volunteers over 18 are matched up with a child to do various activities: fishing, feeding fish, art projects, working with horses and more. This mentorship is an amazing opportunity to invest in the lives of kids who need positive, godly influences in their lives. 

Leadership

Co Chair: Hannah Jordan/ Dean Goorabian 
Sponsor: Carrie Carter and Debbie Goss
Contact: carrie@cargoranch.org, hannah.jordan@okbu.edu, dean.goorabian@okbu.edu 

Current Activities

Monday Nights 5-7pm: Horse Training for volunteers who want to help children ride horses.
Tuesday Nights 3:15 - 5:30 p.m./ 4:45 - 7:00 p.m. (two sessions): Children come out for a hour and a half session and are paired up with a mentor. 

Cargo runs eight week sessions in the Fall, Summer and Spring.

Membership Information

To join Cargo volunteers must come out on a Tuesday, meet with the leaders and fill out an application. After this they must serve on work crew for eight weeks and then they will be able to be paired up with a child as a mentor for the next session.