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This site is run and maintained by volunteers who support the RDA

Volunteers & Donations

The service we provide to the disabled can only be sustained with the support of the community at large. This support comes by means of voluntary help and donations. 


If you would like to send a donation to the Group please send it to:

Mrs Susie Elliot,
The Coachhouse,
Minto,
Hawick.
TD9 8SB

We would like to thank everyone who has made a donation to RDA. 

 

The Border Group RDA is run and managed entirely by volunteers..

We are always looking for volunteers to help us here at the RDA. They play a very important part in making riding for the disabled successful and enjoyable. A helper needs dedication.

We are looking for reliable people with a big smile who are able to offer us as much of their spare time as they can afford. Experience with horses is great but not essential, there is always the opportunity to learn. There are also many things to do that don't involve the ponies such as helping with fund raising events and general maintenance.

In return we offer you the chance to become part of a well established charity, working within our dedicated team to make riding a fun and beneficial experience. 

Would you like to use your equestrian knowledge to help the disabled children and adults who are able to benefit from horse riding activities. If so we would be pleased to hear from you.

Please contact us if you would like to become a helper or would like more details.

     We would like to say a huge THANK YOU  to all of our helpers!

 
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