Haute On The Ranch: Winter Storm Rancher Relief Efforts

The western way of life holds a special place in our hearts here at Savannah Sevens. With the winter storm this past week we couldn't help but feel for those being affected in all parts of the country but especially those in the south. Today we are honored to have the help of THE fancy lady cowgirl, Courtenay DeHoff (@courtdehoff) to shed light on these hardships endured by the American Rancher.

For most ranchers insuring livestock is not a financially feasible option, so when disaster hits, they are faced with devastating losses. We want to do our part in helping share resources for those affected by this weather, as well as help direct those who are looking to "lend a helping hand". Last week we asked our Instagram followers for ways to help support those who have been impacted by this storm. 

  • Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, tscra.org/winterstorm shared by @shelbwiggs
  • Working Ranch Cowboys Association, wrca.org shared by @mollolson
  • Email, erin.s.taylor@usda.gov to link ranchers in need to their local service center for grants/aid. shared by @sacredempire

From now thru Friday February 26, 2021 100% of the proceeds from our S7s Ranch Tee collection will be donated to the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Disaster Relief Fund. Click here to shop and help in these efforts.

There’s nothing better than helping out others in a time of need. And knowing that when the day comes that you and I are in need of a lending hand, those on the receiving end this time, will be the first to step up and help us out. This Western way of life and the American family that makes it up is nothing short of resilient and amazing. I am so very proud to be amongst all of you!

A special thank you to Courtenay DeHoff for giving her time and heart to share this story.

Thank you ~ Ryley, Peyton & the entire Savannah Sevens Team