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Ways to Give to GallopNYC
Financial support is critical to the well-being of GallopNYC and our life-changing programs. Your contribution means a child can develop greater fine motor control, become more empathic and engaged, develop verbal skills, gain core strength – benefits that carry over into their everyday lives. It means that an adult can master independent tasks like the ability to take a shower by one’s self. It means that seniors can overcome isolation, finding community, intellectual stimulation, and healthy movement. And it means that veterans can overcome PTSD and carry the ability to relax over to their families and jobs. Click on the icons below to explore different ways to support GallopNYC.
Planned giving includes gifts of appreciated stock, donor advised funds, bequests, charitable trusts (remainder and lead), charitable gift annuities, gifts of retirement plan assets, gifts of life insurance policies, and gifts of tangible personal property.
We gladly accept in-kind donations of all kinds, including tack. For more information on coordinating your gift, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Please note we cannot accept any used riding helmets due to safety compliance.
Your funds will be used to help people with disabilities in NYC enjoy the benefits of Therapeutic Horsemanship.
Please make your check out to GallopNYC and mail to us at:
88-03 70th Road Forest Hills, NY 11375
Our legal name is: “Giving Alternative Learners UpLifting Opportunities, Inc.”
Our EIN is 05-0615968
Our New York State Charities Bureau Registration Number is: 20-98-28
Many NYC people need help to live a full, productive life:
- One in 20 school-age children across the U.S. has a disability
- In NYC, there are 1.6 million people living with disabilities
- One in 88 American children has some form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
But so few families have the resources to help:
- 1 in 5 NYC residents is now living in poverty
- Families of a child with an ASD earned an average of 28% less than those with children with no health limitations
And Insurance and Government resources are not sufficient:
Having an autistic child is estimated to cost a family $10,000 to $50,000 a year in out-of-pocket expenses for medical treatment, therapy, and education.
The NYC Department of Education has reported that as many as 40 percent of students in New York City recommended for special-education services may not be getting them.