Yes! We are a registered 501(c)3 organization (tax ID # is 45-1956036) with a mission to enhance the lives of
individuals with physical, emotional, and/or cognitive challenges through horse-related programs to help
build coping skills to achieve their fullest potential. Visit our About page to learn more.
Please fill out the Rider Registration form or call Denise Reding, Program Director at 210.867.1188. Please visit our MAX Program or Veteran program pages for information on how to register for those programs.
We never want cost to be a barrier preventing our riders or participants from experiencing the incredible benefits equine therapy has to offer. As a result, we do not publish pricing. Please contact Denise Reding, Program Director at 210.867.1188 to discuss lesson costs and details.
Please contact Denise Reding, Program Director at 210.867.1188 for more information on how to gift lessons.
Visit our Volunteers page for more information on volunteering at Upward Transitions and how to sign-up.
We are currently accepting donations via PayPal at paypal.me/UpwardTransitions.
Businesses can volunteer for a one-time workday or on an ongoing basis during lesson semesters. They can also donate on a one-time basis for either general operations or specific projects. We also offer a number of sponsorship opportunities and fundraising events. Please contact email@example.com for more information on how your business can partner with Upward Transitions to serve our community.
We need funding for our programs and scholarships. In addition, we need general operation funding primarily for the care of our horses. We also want to cover our arena to expand the number of days we can offer lessons.
We serve the Bandera, Bexar, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr and Medina counties with the majority of our current
riders in the northwest part of San Antonio. We have riders ranging in age from 4 to 60 years of age with the
largest population between 6 and 20. We are able to support a wide range of emotional, physical and/or
cognitive disabilities such as: autism, development delays, ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, head trauma/brain injuries, PTSD and intellectual disabilities.