Forging Links in the Service Chain
Access Adventure stays strong with minimal resources through collaboration. We work closely with the Solano Land Trust, which owns our Rush Ranch headquarters. Molly’s Angels of Napa serves as our fiscal agent and assists with our regular events serving the Veterans Home of California in Yountville. Major funding for these inspirational and heart-warming experiences is provided by our long-term supporters, the Syar Foundation and other donations.
Access Adventure also collaborates with the International Paralympic Equestrian Committee, The United States Equestrian Federation, The American Driving Society, the Carriage Association of America, United States Driving for the Disabled, the Northern California Driving Club, Northern California Black Horsemen’s Association, the Mission San Antonio de Padua, the East Bay Municipal Utilities District, Christian Record for Camp for the Blind, the Muir Heritage Land Trust, East Bay Regional Park District, Bay Area Outreach Recreation Program, Golden Hills School and Vine Village for Developmentally Disabled Adults
Thanks to our partners in service that make this powerful and rewarding work possible.