Beach To Beacon 10k Runners for Riding To The Top

A team for RIDING TO THE TOP

  • $19,948
    Raised
  • 301
    Donors
  • 15
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$19,948 raised of $15,000
($13,050 online, $6,898 offline)

"Team RTT” is raising money so that children and adults with disabilities can benefit from the healing power of horses.

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

Candace Platz

MY "When I"m 64" Beach to Beacon Fundraiser

$14,209 209

2

Max Waldron

Max Waldron

$1,685 14

3

Eileen Chretien

Todd & Jessie's Beach to Beacon for RTT

$600 9

4

Michael Jablonn

Mike's Run for RTT

$550 11

5

Melissa Rideout

Melissa's Miles for Riding to the Top

$525 9

6

Julia MacDonald

Julia's Run for Riding to the Top

$435 11

7

Justin Lagassey

Fund-Racing to the Top

$375 10

8

Ashley Holland

Ashley Holland

$374 12

9

Angela Craib-Couture

Angie's Run for RTT

$350 5

10

Heather Eaton

Beach to Beacon 2016

$325 9

11

Jimmy Meredith

Jimmy's RTTT/B2B Fundapalooza

$300 5

12

Anne Hurst

Riding to the Top Fundraiser

$180 3

13

Bill Fletcher

Bill Running for RTT!

$50 1

14

Robert Nanovic

Running for RTT

$0 0

15

Katie Fletcher

Katie Fletcher

$0 0

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Support "Team RTT” so that children and adults with disabilities can benefit from the healing power of horses.

Since 2004, RTT sponsored runners in the Beach to Beacon 10k have raised over $148,000 to help support the riders, horses and programs of Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center..

You can help our 25 runners to meet their goal and raise $15,000. Donate today and then tell your friends and family about this vital resource for our community! You will help children and adults with disabilities to experience RTT and do things they never dreamed possible!

At Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center (RTT), children and adults with disabilities work together with horses, volunteers and staff to reach their highest potential. Our clients have a wide range of disabilities that include but are not limited to cerebral palsy, brain injury, autism, learning disabilities, multiple sclerosis, PTS, spina bifida, emotional disorders, Down syndrome, developmental delays and sensory integration dysfunction. Each week RTT serves up to 100 people from more than 45 towns in southern, central and mid-coast Maine (as well as a number of towns in eastern New Hampshire).

RTT receives no state, federal or municipal funding and over 60% of all participants require some level of financial assistance in order to participate.

Why it Matters:

“What he learns at RTT carries over to other places like learning about listening. He rides Luke, and if Luke is distracted or not listening to him he gets frustrated or if he is fooling around on the horse and not giving Luke direction then they may run into the fence. I use these examples when we are at home and he is not listening or communicating his needs”

-Parent of Rider

Every gift matters every day at RTT.

Team Captain

Susan Cole Susan Cole



  1. Susan ColeSusan Cole 08/08/2016 at 05:46 PM ET
    WOW!!!! What a great group! Thank you!!
  2. Susan ColeSusan Cole 07/20/2016 at 04:02 PM ET
    Go RTT runners!!
  3. Susan ColeSusan Cole 02/09/2016 at 01:03 PM ET
    Why wait until March, sign up with Team RTT today!