So that we can continue to provide disabled people with the opportunity to ride or carriage drive, we need your help. You can help us by volunteering, or with any financial assistance that you feel able to give us.
All RDA groups rely on volunteers – a single riding session for five disabled children can routinely need ten volunteer leaders and side-helpers, plus one volunteer instructor. A mounting team, to assist adult riders, is made up of three specially trained helpers and physiotherapists. And, with tack, harness, field shelters, fences, loose-boxes, feed bins, water troughs, riding arenas and horse-boxes to maintain, along with general administration and fund-raising to be organised, every group welcomes volunteers with a variety of skills.
If you don’t live locally to our South Bucks Group (we’re just north of Slough and south of Gerrards Cross), then your own local RDA group will be really glad of any help you can offer them. You can contact them through the National RDA web site www.rda.org.uk, which includes contact details for all groups www.rda.org.uk/rda-groups. and details of how far they are located from your postcode.
We receive no government nor Lottery funding, and we rely on donations and the commitment of volunteers to continue to offer life-changing opportunities. Please help us if you can. You can make a one-off donation, or set up regular giving, right now, using the My Donate link at the top of the page.