Legacy Circle

“When you include RTT in your estate plans you are making a commitment to our future riders - it says that you wish to ensure that they, like the riders you support today, have access to the healing power of horses.”


Sarah Bronson, PT

                               Executive Director

                               Riding To The Top

Many supporters have asked us if there is a way to ensure that Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center (“RTT”) will be available for people with disabilities in the future. Like many non-profit organizations, we encourage our supporters to consider including RTT in their estate planning. A legacy gift can take many forms. It can be as simple as naming RTT as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, retirement plan, bank/brokerage account or will. For others it can involve more advanced estate planning techniques such as a Charitable Remainder Trust.


Please note that we greatly appreciate your interest in including RTT in your gifting plans; however, we are not qualified to nor do we provide legal advice or accounting advice. Any decisions to include RTT in your gifting plans should be discussed with your attorney, CPA or other appropriate professional financial advisors prior to making any such gifts. Should you decide to include Riding To The Top in your will or as beneficiary, you will need to include our full name, address and tax identification number:

TAX ID Number: 01-0482069

The IRS recognizes Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


If you have questions or would like more information about the Riding To The Top Legacy Circle, please contact the Director of Development at 207-892-2813, x21 or email

Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center 
14 Lilac Dr. 
Windham, ME 04062

Email: info@ridingtothetop.org

Phone: 207-892-2813

Fax: 207-892-6523

Maine Relay Service: 711 

 Office Hours Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

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