Support A Pony
Sponsorship £20 Per Year
Hi, my name is Fizz and I have been asked to write and to tell you about the horses and ponies and the work we do at Riding for the Disabled, Woodbridge & District Group. I have been chosen to do this as I have been working at the RDA for quite a few years and while I might not be the biggest (at 12.2 hh) everyone knows the ponies are the smartest, so I am the spokesperson for the horses and ponies here.
At the RDA our job is to help disabled children and adults enjoy riding and carriage driving in a very safe environment. This is really helpful for their physical and emotional well-being and I know that they all get huge benefits from this.
We would love it if you would support one of us so we can carry on doing our jobs. We suggest a donation of £20 for a year.
As a supporter you will receive a letter from your horse, along with a photograph and a gift of either a horse keyring or a pony fridge magnet. We will also send you an annual newsletter and invite you to an open day when you can come and meet your special pony and have your photograph taken with them.
This makes a lovely gift for a child, friend or loved one.
If you would like to sponsor one of our horses or ponies please look at the horse and pony profiles in the application form below (or on our website).
Thank you very much
To sponsor a horse or pony please download and complete the application form below (if you wish to complete it electronically use the Microsoft Word DOC version). Completed forms can be returned via email or posted to the address given in the form.
The easiest way to make your payment is via bank transfer (all the necessary details are in the application form), alternatively cheques may be sent, along with the completed form, to the address given in the form.
Are you a UK taxpayer? If so, boost your donation by 25p of Gift Aid for every £1 you donate. Gift Aid is reclaimed by the charity at no cost to you from the tax you pay each year. All you need to do is tick the appropriate box on application form.