Pegasus RDA is a Not For Profit charity, reliant on donations and grants.
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3. After you’ve checked out, the retailer will make a donation to Pegasus Riding for the Disabled at no extra cost to you whatsoever!
There are no catches or hidden charges and Pegasus Riding for the Disabled will be really grateful for your donations.
Thank you for your support.
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Each year we require a minimum of £6000 in order to run 3 half-hour sessions a week, accommodating up to 12 participants per week. In addition, we need funds to buy essential equipment such as riding hats and pay for training for our volunteers.
In addition to our basic running costs, we are looking for donations and grants to enhance the experience and opportunities we provide.
In 2019 we are raising money to fund a number of vital schemes including funding to buy and pay for the upkeep of our own pony. The table below gives you an idea of ongoing RDA costs and what your contribution can buy.
Thanks to BBC Children In Need for awarding us a 3-year grant, starting July 2018. This has enabled us to make all rides for those under 18 free at the point of delivery.
Thanks to Cheshire Community Foundation for donating £800 in 2017 to purchase our first rider and volunteer polo-shirts. This has enabled us to look like a team and be easily recognised on the yard and at external events.
Thanks to Tesco Bags of Help for a grant of £4000 enabling us to improve wheelchair and disability access at our host stables. This means that riders can now access the cafe area. The toilet is now also fully accessible.
What some of you money goes to is:
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