Rating: 4.96 stars   24 reviews

Issues: Human Services, Sports

Location: 8840 Southside Ave. Elk Grove CA 95624 USA

Mission: Project R.I.D.E. Inc. provides recreational therapeutic horseback riding instruction to people with special needs.
Target demographics: People with physical or developmental special needs ages 3 and up
Direct beneficiaries per year: 540
Geographic areas served: Greater Sacramento Area
Programs: Recreational therapeutic horseback riding lessons
2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 94-2778565
(916) 685-7433
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Rating: 5 stars  

I have been volunteering at Project R.I.D.E. for over 10 years. This organization offers a very specialized program that becomes an outlet, a place of growth and learning and a source of freedom and release for our wonderful riders. For many of our riders, this is the only place or activity specifically designed just for them,;where they can feel special and free of judgement. There are very few organizations like Project R.I.D.E. and I am very proud to be a part of such a wonderful program and hope to continue to be part of it's family of volunteers for many years to come.

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My daughter starting riding at Project RIDE almost two years ago. She is nonverbal but when she interacts with the horses her face tells the story. Everyone knows us there. They have become part of our exrended family. Recently I became a board member so I can give back to the organization that has given so much to my daughter.

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