The Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program

A Division of Lanark Community Programs, a part of Lanark Renfrew Health & Community Services

 

What is therapeutic riding?

Therapeutic Riding is a unique and holistic approach to therapy, rehabilitation and recreation. The Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program (LCTRP) provides a safe environment introducing disabled children and adults to the Benefits and joys of the healing powers of the horse. The team consists of Instructors who are certified through the Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association, enthusiastic Volunteers who offer their expertise and caring and, of course, our wonderful Horses!

 

Dear Friends and Family of the Therapeutic Riding Program,

 

The Riding Program is a non-profit charitable organization that does not receive any on-going government funding and is supported mostly by fundraising events and activities. This year we are excited to be celebrating our 32nd  year of offering riding as therapy for more than 148 riders with physical and/or developmental disabilities from all over the Ottawa Valley. This would not be possible without the wonderful support we receive from the community during our fundraising events. Thank you for being a part of the success of these riders.

 

We apreciate all donations and will gladly give tax receipts for donations valued $20.00 or more.  I can arrange to have donations picked up or they can be dropped off between 8:30 – 4:30 at Lanark Community Programs. If you have any questions or ideas PLEASE give me a shout – I’d love to chat with you!! Thanks so much everyone. We couldn’t do it without you.

Cheers!

Amy

613 257-7121 x 3238

abooth@lcp-home.com



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RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!

 

 

May 25 is our annual Boot Drive: Join us at various local locations to shake y’er boots and collect $ donations. This event is always a good time and one of our top fundraisers.
 

 

The 2019 Taste of the County is a wonderful food, beer and wine tasting event           open to everyone. Tickets are only $20 and all proceeds go straight back to the riding program. The huge silent auction is one of the biggest draws – as well as the many wonderful food and wine vendors who bring so many tasty treats to sample. This year one lucky person will win an amazing wine basket!

 

This event ALWAYS sells out fast – so get your tickets today!

 

Tickets available:  (613) 257-7121 extension 3238 or info@therapeuticriding.ca also available at Baker Bob's in Almonte or Lanark Community Programs in Carleton Place.

 

 

 

Words of Thanks

 

 

Special thanks to our TR Hero of the Month,

Stephanie & Steve Malenfant, owners of Stonefields Estate!


Stephanie & Steve Malenfant

 

The Riding Program is made possible by the generosity of our proud sponsors:

   



 

 Government of Ontario

  • Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport- Summer Student Program
  • Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund 2017-2018 Local Regional Stream $53,395
  • Stonefields Event Destination
  • Ottawa Valley Hunt 
  • Brown's Your Independent Grocer
  • Via Rail
  • Karsons 
  • The Keg Restaurant
  • Calypso Waterpark


 

And by the generosity of the following supporters:
  • Fulton's Pancake House & Sugar Bush - tip jar donations
  • Café Postino
  • The Good Food Company
  • Hamsa Yoga
  • Perth Brewing Company
  • Temptations
  • Constellations Wine
  • Waterfront Castropub
  • Black Tartan Kitchen
  • Brian Hickman
  • Mikes Hard
  • Dr. Sue Martin - North Lanark Veterninary Services
  • IODE Caption Hooper Chapter, Carleton Place
  • Royal Canadian Legion, Stittsville
  • The Commonwell Insurance Group of Perth
  • Perth Lions Club
  • Perth Lionesse Club
  • Almonte Community Coordinators
  • Civitan Club of Almonte
  • Civitan Club of Lanark & District
  • Civitan Club of Smiths Falls
  • Smiths Falls Fish and Game
   

With special thanks to all those individuals who have donated to the Riding Program. 

We couldn't do it without you!

 

    

 

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