In 2014, national charity, Riding for the Disabled (RDA), appointed Hutt & Co to offer expertise to its nearly 500 centres nationwide that need to raise funds for a variety of capital projects.

Since being appointed, Hutt & Co has advised one RDA centre about capital fundraising and undertaken a feasibility study for Cranleigh RDA that pointed them in the right direction with their proposed building plans.

The company has just been appointed to undertake a feasibility study for Hereford RDA who has exciting building plans.

A series of one-day workshops are underway at RDA’s Warwick head office where groups are invited to learn about the vital steps to running a successful capital fundraising campaign.


Ed Bracher, RDA chief executive, commented: “We are working with Hutt & Co to build the capability of RDA volunteers to raise funds to develop new facilities and centres for our riders.  

“Their input has been very powerful in terms of moving projects forward and giving the people involved the information and confidence they need to run successful campaigns.  

“In the increasingly difficult world of fundraising, this is a vital part of our strategy to expand and we are pleased to have Hutt & Co as a partner on this journey.”