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Welcome to the National Day of the Cowboy 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Important!

The 13th Annual National Day of the Cowboy
Saturday July 22, 2017

Please Donate Today to help us continue our national effort until the job is done.

Click on our Donate button to make a charitable contribution in any amount, to our nonprofit organization – National Day of the Cowboy 501c3, through PayPal, a secure way to send money across the internet via credit or debit card. You do not need a PayPal account to donate through PayPal. Remember, we cannot continue nor can we succeed without your help.

We also accept donations by check or money order.
Mail donations to:

National Day of the Cowboy #57
1212 NE Linden Avenue
Gresham OR 97030

Event Donations

Please keep us in mind when holding Natonal Day of the Cowboy or western related events and selecting nonprofit recipients for charitable donations from your event proceeds. Your tax deductible contribution to the NDOC enables us to continue our work on a national level, to establish the fourth Saturday in July as a permanent day of honor for the Cowboy and Cowgirl, and to promote the preservation of pioneer heritage and cowboy culture, through every state legislature. This is a 100% grass roots effort with a 100% volunteer staff. Contact us at info@nationaldayofthecowboy.com if you have any questions regarding how donations are utilized.

Thank you from the National Day of the Cowboy 501(c)3 organization!

Hats off to the Cowboy!

2017 Raffle for Customized NDOC Henry Golden Boy 22 Long Rifle

The National Day of the Cowboy, in conjunction with Henry Repeating Arms, is proud to offer you the very rare opportunity to own a uniquely inscribed Henry Golden Boy rifle with a one-of-a-kind engraved receiver cover. We’ve teamed up with Henry to create this one, very special, commemorative NDOC rifle that is sure to be treasured …

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Indiana loves the NDOC

I am elated to tell you that on February 14, 2017 (Valentine’s Day), Indiana became the 12th state to award permanent status to the National Day of the Cowboy. Our number one volunteer there (and NDOC board member), the ever-tenacious Jerry Betley, worked on securing Indiana for over five years. In that time, he went through six senators and …

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