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Farewell, Rosi!

Today is a bittersweet day at NCEFT, as we bid “happy retirement” to our Administrative Manager, Rosemary “Rosi” Fordwood after 20 years of service. Rosi became the face of NCEFT to hundreds of families and individuals that have come to us for support. Learn more about what Rosi meant to NCEFT.

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Horses. Hope. Healing.

For over 40 years, NCEFT has tapped into the profound rehabilitative power of the human-horse relationship to change the lives of Bay Area children, adults and military Veterans with disabilities. Learn more about our programs-services.

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Creating Possibilities from Disabilities

From our tranquil, 12-acre facility in Woodside, CA, we offer hippotherapy, adaptive riding, adaptive carriage driving, and a number of other equine-assisted therapies for people with special needs. Learn more about NCEFT & our programs.

How You Can Help - Donate or Volunteer

Play a major role in helping people with disabilities reach beyond their boundaries through equine-assisted therapies, education and research. Our work is supported by gifts from generous friends like you. Donate today or volunteer.

Make a meal a selfless act!

Mark Friday March 13 on your calendar. All day you can dine at Chipotle Mexican Grill in downtown San Mateo (251 East 3rd Ave), and NCEFT will receive 50% of the proceeds! Be sure to PRINT THIS FLYER & show it to the cashier for NCEFT to receive credit!

Spring Fling Adaptive Riding Showcase

Coming May 17th! 2015 Spring Fling Adaptive Riding Showcase. Sunday 1p-4p. Come see our Adaptive Riding students show off their skills during this fun day of riding and demonstrations. Free admission! AR Students: fill out the Participant Entry Form and return to Oona or the front office by March 27.

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