LoveWay, Inc. seeks to transform the lives of individuals with special needs through compassionate therapeutic equestrian experiences. Located in the wooded hills between Bristol and Middlebury, Indiana, our 30-acre facility offers comprehensive class semesters twice a year, in the spring and fall, in addition to summer camp opportunities.
Our therapeutic riding class volunteers assist participants with a variety of tasks such as grooming and tacking their assigned horse, along with serving as a side walker or horse leader during the riding session. A participant, depending on their ability level, may require one, two, or three volunteers to properly and safely benefit from class.
Classes meet once a week for up to an hour and a half. Volunteers are asked to attend the full 12-week semester, if time allows. Classes are offered on weekday mornings, weekday afternoons, most weekday evenings, and on Saturday mornings. Volunteer Orientations and Training Sessions help those interested learn what it takes to be a class volunteer. NO prior horse or working with special needs experience needed!
Our 2020 Fall Semester will begin on August 31st and end on December 5th. Sign-ups are happening now!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Loveway, Inc.
54151 County Road 33, Middlebury, IN 46540, US
Transforming the lives of individuals with special needs through comprehensive therapeutic equestrian services.
Focusing primarily on therapeutic horseback riding in small group classes for nearly 47 years, LoveWay, Inc. is one of the oldest therapeutic riding centers for children with disabilities in Indiana. Located in the rolling, wooded hills between Bristol and Middlebury, the 30-acre facility offers comprehensive class semesters twice a year, in the spring and fall, in addition to summer camp opportunities.
Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
54151 County Road 33Middlebury, IN46540
June 9, 2020
Animal Care / Handling
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
Once a week for up to an hour and a half for 12 weeks.
Must be able to walk/stand on uneven ground for a period of time with ease. Closed-toed shoes are required.