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Volunteer needed for morning barn duties-great need

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Prairie Fire Farms Foundation, Inc.

  • 22 people are interested

We are looking for a volunteer(s) to assist Mon to Fri from 7:30 am to 9:30 am (approximately). Duties include feeding, checking water buckets, turnout/in, and stall cleaning as needed.

We are open to any day(s) you can commit to if not all 5.

No horse experience is necessary. We will teach you how to work safely around the horses. Kids under 18 are welcome to volunteer but must be accompanied by an adult.

This opportunity requires, lifting, bending, repeative motion and pushing. Some equipment operation such as running a bobcat might be taught after some time.

Please reply with timeframe, evenings, weekends, or day time, that you are interested in volunteering for.

Upcoming training dates: Tue, July 7 at 6 pm; Sat., July 10 as 11 am, Sun., July 25 at 11am, Tues Aug 3 at 6 pm, Sat. Aug 14 at 11 am, Sun, Aug 29 at 11 am. Training is about 1 hour. Please visit our facebook page, Events to sign up for one.

We are 100% volunteer run.

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About Prairie Fire Farms Foundation, Inc.


201 Angle Rd, Grantville, PA 17028, US

Mission Statement

Prairie Fire Farms Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing retirement to Off the Track Thoroughbreds (OTTB), and Rescuing, Rehabilitating, Re-Homing and Re-Careering any equine breeds in need. Additionally, the foundation is committed to bring equine educational and therapeutic opportunities to low-income families, under privileged and/or at-risk youth, and United States Military Veterans and their families to create an atmosphere for long term skills and lifelong success


We retrain and rehome rescued horses. Some become part of our riding lesson program.

We provide equine opportunitites to low income and at risk youth through donations, grants and a scholarship fund.

Children & Youth


We'll work with your schedule.


201 Angle Rd.Grantville, PA 17028



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  • Must be at least 18

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