The Cal Farley's Boys Ranch Alumni Association Foundation (CFBRAAF) was established to Carry On His Work to Future Generations. We have all been recipients of the gifts of others, and we are committed to being, not just takers, but givers. The Foundation has been the key to the long-term effective service of Cal Farley's. While many other child care institutions have come and gone, Cal Farley's has been stable and effective through all kinds of economic changes, primarily because of the foundation Cal Farley established. The Alumni Association has followed that example and established a foundation to carry on the good work done by past and present former Ranchers to future generations.
In the first five years, 84 contributors became Founding Legacy Partners. They established the foundation for the foundation. Since that time, all donors who contribute at least $1,000 over a five-year period becomes a Legacy Partner. You can see to the left additional levels of Legacy Partnerships.
Another way to leave a legacy is by making a benefactor gift commitment. Some former Ranchers have named the CFBRAAF in their will to carry on the work. The following link takes you to a form you can use to set up a Benefactor Gift Commitment to the Alumni Association Foundation.
We have all been blessed, some much more than others. We have benefited by the generosity of those who have left a legacy, folks we will only be able to thank in glory. Now it's our turn to leave a legacy to future generations. Won't you leave a legacy too?
The purpose of the Scholarship Policy of the CFBRAA is to provide guidance in allocation of available resources for assisting CFBRAA members and their families in achieving educational goals. Educational goals may include pursuit of a degree, certification, or qualification for a job or position. Educational goals may involve taking courses to enrich one’s personal life, or better qualify one to enrich the lives of others.
- UPCOMING EVENTS -
Last year, Bob Sarpalius, Executive Director of the Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch Alumni Association, expressed his desire to retire on July 1, 2021 after 13 years of service. A transition committee has been working for six months in preparing to make the transition. It was determined by the BOD that the first place to search for a new director is the Association family. Information from the Bylaws, Policies and BOD recommendations, germane to filling this position are available via the links below. If you are interested in serving, or know of someone you would recommend serving, please review the information and submit your recommendation to the Transition Committee.
It is likely that the current responsibilities of the Director will be filled by more than one person. The Transition Committee’s responsibilities include interviewing candidates, developing final job descriptions and bringing recommendations relative to compensation to the BOD. Committee members are...
David Rattan (chairman)
Please submit any questions, recommendations or applications to the committee for consideration and assistance:
David Rattan – 817-228-6453
Bob Sarpalius – 817-739-6590
All applications should be submitted by May 21st.
There are a lot of things up in the air, but having the CFBRAA Reunion this year is not one of them. Cal Farley's is planning to have some form of Rodeo. We will be having our Banquet on Saturday, Sept. 4th. We will have the Picnic on Sept. 5th. Not certain about the Golf Tournament, but we are hoping to have that as well. There will be an auction and recognitions of Distinguished Staff and Distinguished Alumni, and LOTS OF CELEBRATING!
Mark the dates and make your plans. We will publish more information as we get it:
Make your plans and LET'S DO THIS!
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Veterans Memorial Project
Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch Alumni Association seeks to help meet special needs of alumni with resources available. Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch Alumni Support Services already addresses many of those needs. This Association seeks to avoid duplication of those efforts and effectively address additional needs.
The purpose of the Crisis Support Policy of the CFBRAA is to provide guidance in allocation of available resources for assisting former residents of Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch or Girls Town USA and their families in dealing with financial needs.
We usually recognize our reunion and other sponsors in this space. Not having a reunion, scholarship fundraiser or other gatherings this year, we have had not sponsors to recognize. And still the work goes on. Your Alumni Association continues to help you send your children to college. Your Alumni Association continues to help your brothers and sisters in crisis situations. Your Alumni Association continues to help you stay in touch with one another. Your Alumni Association continues to encourage and help those of you who are residing in the Alumni Support Center. Your Alumni Association continues to support the work of Cal Farley's Boys Ranch. Your Alumni Association continues to do Good Work.
To be a member of Your Alumni Association all you need to do is correspond with us and pay annual dues of a mere $20. There are those who contribute monthly, and there are those who partner with their employer to contribute significantly. Cal Farley's is the largest single supporter of Your Alumni Association. But remember that this is Your Alumni Association. Your participation and support are VITAL to the Good Work done by Your Alumni Association. Thank you for being a part of the Good Work Your Alumni Association get to do!
"Carrying on His Work"
In this section takes a look at past events.
In this section we take a look at all the news and announcements about CFBRAA.
In this section we introduce you to our services and what we can do for you.