Volunteers are vital to helping us achieve our goals at Riding High Farm. It is through their dedication and hard work that we are able to bring the benefits of therapeutic riding and equine activities to a broad range of individuals in our community.
You don’t have to know a lot about horses to be a volunteer at Riding High Farm. In addition to working directly with horses, there are a number of other ways to assist. Perhaps one of these volunteer opportunities would be of interest to you. Training is provided, of course!
Program Volunteers: help grooming and saddling horses before a lesson, leading or side-walking horses during a lesson, offering the rider encouragement and a helping hand during the lesson. Help putting the horses up at the end of a lesson
Program Hours: Weekdays 4-8pm and Weekends 8:30-2:30
We have a training session every Sat and Sunday 8:30 am to 12pm feel free to attend and have a parent/guardian come to fill out the paperwork if under 18 yrs. of age.
(Must be 13 yrs. and older & training is provided for program related activities).
Maintenance Volunteers: maintaining fences, repairs around the barn, planting and grounds maintenance, plumbing, electrical, etc.
Facility Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Weekends 9am-4pm
Administrative Volunteers: financial, word processing, data entry, bulk mailings, newsletters, grant writing and other tasks.
Fundraising Event Volunteers: help with our annual fundraisers including community activities and our annual Bingo on the farm.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Riding High Farm.
Come join us. Lend a helping hand to others!
For further information, call The Volunteer Coordinator @ 609-259-3884 x5