UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center
Founded in 1992 by Edie Loeb-Tomasko with two riders and a borrowed horse, UpReach sits on 96 beautiful acres in Goffstown, NH. We have grown to serve 75-80 students in varied programming, with 14 equine partners, 5 full-time and 4 part-time staff, and over 120 active volunteers!!
Mission: UpReach is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, and psychological development of challenged children and adults through progressive therapies, specifically those centered around the horse.
Vision: Through providing high quality equine assisted learning programs, UpReach strives towards excellence in its field. With the help of our equine friends, we are dedicated to enhancing quality of life for those we serve, by providing challenge, promoting independence, and celebrating success.
Join the UpReach Staff!
That's right, we're hiring! UpReach is currently seeking a qualified applicant for the part time position of Volunteer Coordinator! Applicants should have previous management or volunteer administration experience as well as the ability to maintain confidentiality, multitask, and prioritize. To read more about the position please click HERE!
Meet Our Horse of the Month for November!
Currently up for Adoption for Benefactor!
Meet Boone, a handsome 15-year-old Palomino Missouri Fox Trotter Gelding, who has been a part of the UpReach family after being generously donated to the program by Mike White.Boone loves to trail ride and is sure-footed out on the trail. Boone does not like to play basketball! To find out more about Boone, click here!
Michelle Robinson: Volunteer Term 1!
Volunteers are the backbone of UpReach and without all our fabulous volunteers we would not be able to provide therapeutic equine programs. A BIG THANK YOU to all of our volunteers, especially to Michelle Robinson - Volunteer of Term 1! Visit the Volunteer Recognition Page to see the previous volunteers of the term. For more information on how you can get involved with UpReach, click here!