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Community Rallies for RTT

From RTT

WINDHAM – Since 1993, Riding To The Top’s riders, staff and volunteers at the facility in Windham have participated in Ride-A-Thons, raising over $115,000 for RTT’s programs and services for people with disabilities.

Due to COVID-19, all of RTT’s live events were cancelled in 2020. In 2021, only a few small live events will be take place.

This year, RTT’s June Ride-A-thon has been replaced with a virtual event, Rally for RTT. The event runs for the entire month of June, with each participant setting a goal for an activity of their own choice (riding, biking, wheeling, hiking, walking, swimming, even volunteering!).

Modern Woodmen of America will be matching the first $2,500 received in donations.

To help Riding To The Top reach its goal of raising $7,500 please go to www.ridingtothetop.org/events. 

Founded in 1993, the mission of Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center (RTT) is enhancing health and wellness through equine-assisted services. RTT is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International).

Located just west of Portland in Windham, RTT is the state’s only year round PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center solely dedicated to serving people with disabilities through equine-assisted services. RTT is a community-based nonprofit, which receives no federal or state funding and provides scholarships to over 60% of its clients.

For more information about RTT client services, volunteering or making a gift, please visit www.ridingtothetop.org or call 892-2813. 

Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial was founded in 1883. Ever since, MWA has been helping families fulfill their financial needs and making an impact in communities nationwide. Their main purpose is to help members plan for their financial security through insurance, investments. Modern Woodmen fraternalism is about coming together and making a positive impact on each other and on our communities.

For more information contact Tim Graham at the Windham office at (207) 892-0302. 

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