Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation supports DATF program
Longtime supporter the Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation has donated $5,000 to make it possible for five community groups to enjoy a Day At The Farm program at TRI, at no charge to them. Please see our Donors page for more information about this much appreciated grant.
Support TRI through Thrivent Financial’s Thrivent Choice program
TRI is proud to announce that we have been approved by Thrivent Financial to participate in their Thrivent Choice program. Thrivent Choice is a charitable grant program that gives eligible members of Thrivent Financial the ability to recommend where Thrivent Financial distributes some of its charitable funds each year by choosing from a list of thousands of enrolled 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. By directing Choice Dollars, 273,289 eligible benefit members recommended how Thrivent Financial distributed nearly $55 million in charitable outreach funds in 2014.
If you are a member of Thrivent Financial, please consider recommending TRI as a recipient of Thrivent Choice funds. For more information, please visit https://www.thrivent.com/making-a-difference/living-generously/thrivent-choice/
Hey Dobbs! Has been adopted by StoryPoint Senior Living Communities. He is very excited to meet his many friends from StoryPoint!
The James A. and Faith Knight Foundation have again adopted April and Major, we appreciate you!
The handsome Garuda has been adopted by the Laura J. Niles Foundation!
Debbie and Lisa Craig have adopted the ever steady Leon!
The J.F. Ervin Foundation has renewed their adoption of B Smiley, who makes every rider smile!
MIS Cares has renewed their adoption of our wonderful, gentle Maizy again. We are so grateful for their support.
Anonymous donors have adopted the beloved Miko.
Founded in 1984, TRI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization leading the way in the field of therapeutic horseback riding. TRI receives no government funding and relies on individual and corporate donations, fund raising events, grants and rider fees to meet its operating budget.