Triple R Horse Rescue is 100% volunteer run. We need help from the community to keep our horses happy and healthy until they find their forever homes. We invite individuals, families, schools and civic organizations to join us as we make a difference in these amazing animals lives. Triple R always needs help with daily chores (feeding, mucking, grooming).
All volunteers are required to attend Volunteer Orientation prior to volunteering. Orientation is led by our outstanding volunteer support team! Youths under the age of 18 must be accompanied by at least one of their parents/legal guardians. Once through orientation, youths ages 12-17 may volunteer without a parent. Children under 12 may volunteer if a parent/guardian volunteers by their side and provides supervision at all times.
Chores are done in the morning and then again in the early evening. Once orientation is completed volunteers can sign up for which day and shift works for them. If you have an irregular schedule or can't commit, no worries. You can sign up and volunteer whenever you have free time. Some volunteers come the same day and time every week while others come once a month or less often.
Volunteer Orientation Schedule:
- History and tour of Triple R Horse Rescue
- Rescue rules
- Overview of volunteer programs
- Overview of volunteer opportunities
- Body language of the horse
- Horse handling
- Horse grooming
Volunteer orientation is held each Saturday at 7 a.m. May through September and 8 a.m. October through April. You will need to review the volunteer orientation guide and bring a completed volunteer waiver form with you to your orientation. Which you can download from our website:
Remember: when coming to the ranch wear closed toe shoes, no sandals and bring a pair of gloves.
If you love horses but don't know much about them, don't worry, we'll teach you!
Volunteering at Triple R Horse Rescue is a wonderful family experience. Make it a Family Event!!
- Animal Care / Handling
- Animal Therapy
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Orientation or Training
- no regular commitment