How Your Donation Makes a Difference
One guest to attend the RDA Cup Charity Luncheon
1 table of 10 guests to attend the RDA Cup Charity Luncheon
One Charity Raffle Ticket (non-tax deductible) Please write Raffle Ticket in remark column. We will email you the ticket number.
Ten Charity Raffle Ticket (non-tax deductible) Please write Raffle Ticket in remark column. We will email you the ticket numbers.
About Campaignends 20 Jan 2019, 11:59 PM
Enjoy the thrills and excitement of a day at the Races whilst supporting a good cause!
Date: 20 January 2019, Sunday
Time: 12.30 - 6.30pm
Venue: Singapore Turf Club (VIP SUITES - Casuarina Room & Committee Box)
*Please note that all guests must be 18 years or older.
Unable to attend?
You can also support by purchasing a Charity Raffle Ticket & win a prize. Up to $10,000 worth of prizes to be won.
Note: Raffle tickets sale are non-tax deductible.
Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore (RDA Singapore ) is the only local charity which provides therapeutic horse-riding program for children and adults with disabilities, 100% FREE OF CHARGE. Every year some 400 persons with disabilities benefited from our program, helping to improve the quality of life for the beneficiaries and their families.
We Ride On Your Support - we do not receive direct funding from any government ministry and largely dependent on the generosity of corporations, individuals and grant giving organisations. Please donate generously so that we can continue to provide, expand and enhance our free therapy program for children and adults with disabilities.
You can give our beneficiaries hope and help them live a better quality of life.
Thank you for your Generous Support!
About the Charity
RDA is the only registered charity in Singapore which has been providing free therapeutic and rehabilitative horse-riding for children and adults with disabilities for the past 35 years. We provide horse-riding therapy (hippotherapy) to those with special needs. Hippotherapy has helped those with physical disability like cerebral palsy with improved muscle tone and motor functions. Those with learning disability like autism have seen improved social skills and better sensory sensitivity. As part of the therapy, we bring our riders out for walks at a nearby forested trail. For many of our riders with physical disabilities, going into a forest is impossible on a wheelchair or with a walking aid. But they can do so with ease on a horse-back. Over the years, some of our riders have advanced beyond therapy riding to international competition level! Two of our riders, Gemma Foo and Maximillian Tan, who represented Singapore in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Paralympics Games started their riding sessions