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Areas That Are Impacted by Your Donations
The impact of donations to NDR are better seen in person!
- Installed covered riding arena
- Increased number of children ages 4-18 involved in therapeutic adaptive riding.
- Permanent mounting platform and ramp
- Installation of a rider lift system
- Addition of horses, tack, riding equipment and grooming supplies
- Coverage veterinary services
- Supplying water for our volunteers and participants
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Sue Quick Memorial Scholarship Fund for Participants
Sue Quick, a member of the NDR Therapeutic Riding team, passed away on Monday, October 21, 2019. In 2015, she teamed up with NDR as a PATH certified Instructor providing therapeutic adaptive riding to those with disabilities/limitations. The impact that Sue had on all she met was truly immeasurable. She was an instructor, a mentor, a friend, and a true team player. Most importantly, she was a role model for the power of positive thinking, perseverance, and tenacity of spirit. Sue left an indelible mark on our hearts. In her honor, NDR has established the Sue Quick Memorial Scholarship Fund to help offset lesson costs for all we serve. Give us a helping hand!
Other Ways You Can Donate
You can mail us a check payable to NDR Therapeutic Riding at:
3659 Pedley Ave.
Norco, CA 92860
donating horses, tack, grooming supplies, bottled water, etc…
Sponsor or Adopt a horse:
You and/or a community organization can adopt a horse for a month, a session (6-9 weeks) or a year. NDR will place a plaque with you or your community organization’s name on the stall of the horse you sponsor/adopt.
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Are you able to make a difference and donate your time?
There are many ways you can help NDR Therapeutic Riding. Giving a helping hand comes in many forms from working with horses and participants, working at events/fundraisers, to helping in our Tack Shack – all help is appreciated!