Mission: Strengthening kids and community through animal interaction.
TRAK is a 501 (c) (3), not-for-profit program focused on children with and without specific challenges. The focus of the program is to offer participants opportunities to provide service to people and animals of the community. This gives an often-rare experience to be a service provider to those less fortunate. Participants will receive specific educational skills, business, and vocational training that will aid in their efforts to help themselves, each other and their community.
Target demographics: children with and without specific challenges
Geographic areas served: Tucson, AZ
Programs: community service visits and animal skills training
Trak Has a great summer camp and a great volunteer/intern program. I have worked there for two years and it has been great! Everybody they're super nice, and the animals are too. The head person there is name Scott Tilly, and he teaches lessons ( horseback ) and lives at trak. He is super nice and a wonderful man. When you go to trak you can have a connection with all the animals the goats and the chickens the pigs the bunnies the guinea pigs the horses the minis the donkeys and the dogs and cats. Every animal is very nice and they are welcome to visitors! If you are deciding whether to go to track or a different place I'd say in my opinion go to trak! Thank you!-Kelsey R. Grizzle