Get Involved

CanTRA services are made possible through our Memberships and generous donations of time, services and funds. We are grateful to all of our supporters and offer the following ways to become involved with CanTRA.

Become A Member

Membership connects interested groups and individuals to a national community of like minded people.

  • Access information on education programs
  • Workshops and conferences
  • Instructor certification
  • Starting a new centre
  • All members receive the Communique and Caller
The CanTRA Caller is a quarterly newsletter published by CanTRA for its Members and Member Centres across Canada. The Communiqué is published between Callers to keep our Members informed.

Membership type

2015-16 Annual Report

Volunteer

Our local centres and national office both appreciate the generous donation of time by our many volunteers. From helping with the CanTRA booth at a trade show to volunteering regularly at a riding centre, volunteering is a great way to meet new people and see the empowering effects of therapeutic riding.

To find out how you can get involved, contact the CanTRA office or your nearest CanTRA centre.

Donate

CanTRA relies on memberships, donations and fundraising to support its operations. As a registered national charity, we provide tax receipts for all donations over $20.00. Donations help to support the continuing education of therapeutic riding instructors, which in turn strengthens the programs in local communities across Canada.

Ways to Donate:

  • Donation in memoriam
  • Donate online through www.canadahelps.org
  • Send cheque or money order to the CanTRA office

Sponsorships

To become a sponsor contact Jeff Tiessen 1-800-725-7136 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Making Strides

Your support helps the Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association (CanTRA) assist thousands of riders with disabilities across Canada discover the fun, freedom and physical, cognitive and emotional benefits of horseback riding for greater independence.