Then there are volunteers like Tricia who capture this view so beautifully. Every day we have “God sightings” and we are blessed to observe them.
Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve. – Martin Luther King Jr.
The work we do is impossible without the hundreds of volunteers we’re able to rely on each week in delivering unbridled hope to those we serve. Consider joining us in our mission, and become a volunteer today!
We have regular, weekly, volunteer opportunities for individuals that include walking beside a horse, handling a horse, and grounds and stable keepers.Learn More
Group volunteer opportunities are great for churches, university student groups, high schools, and corporate teams. Help on the farm or with a special event.Learn More
Internships are available for those interested in learning about working with people with disabilities, animals, or the equine-assisted activities and therapies field.Learn More
Individual Volunteer Opportunities
We have regular, weekly, volunteer opportunities that offer many different experiences.
Side-walkers are a vital link of communication between instructors and students. Sidewalkers work with riders to provide emotional, educational, and physical support.
Horse handlers are responsible for the safe leading of the therapy horse during a lesson. Additionally, horse handlers help with grooming, tacking, and leading our equines.
Grounds & Stable Keepers
These volunteers help maintain the beauty and safety of our buildings and property. They assist with cleaning our stalls, pastures, unloading hay, and maintaining our gardens.
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Group Volunteer Opportunities
Group volunteer service experience opportunities are great for churches, university student groups, high schools, and corporate teams.
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Internships are available for those interested in learning more about working with people with disabilities, animals, and the equine-assisted activities and therapies field.
Frequently Asked Questions
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