Ways to Help

There are many ways that you can help NDR to continue its mission to improve the lives of people with disabilities/limitations through therapeutic horse-related programs. NDR is grateful for all of our helping hands.

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Ways You Can Help

NDR has been blessed over the last 10 years with a wide variety of helping hands.
Help can come in several different ways such as:

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Volunteering your time during therapeutic adaptive riding lessons to keep our participants safe.

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Volunteering your time at special events (i.e. directing parking, managing outreach booths, handing out brochures, set-up/breakdown of events, etc…)

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Donating your time to “spruce-up” NDR facilities

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Donating to help make lessons more affordable to participants

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Donating to help sponsor our horses’ care and maintenance (i.e. boarding, vet care, shoeing)

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Donating horses and tack

Volunteer with NDR Therapeutic Riding and Join a Caring Team

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Bring strength and hope

Volunteer Your Time and Talent

At NDR, our participants are the heart of our program and our volunteers are the heartbeat.

NDR Therapeutic Riding's mission is to provide equine-assisted activities that are focused on providing people with disabilities/limitations the unique opportunity to enhance their physical, social, and emotional abilities. Our volunteers donate their time and talent rewarding all at NDR with strength and hope.

Get involved with us and make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities/limitations.

Help us act quickly

Sue Quick Legacy Scholarship Fund

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. Her smile and laugh were contagious! 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.

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Are you able to make an impact and give financially?

There are many ways you can help NDR Therapeutic Riding through your generous giving. 

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