Interested in volunteering to support our therapeutic riding programs?
Anyone over the age of 14 with any level of experience is welcome. Younger volunteers may work around the barn and horses only with adult approval and supervision. We will teach all the basics of therapeutic horsemanship, please be ready to learn a new way of doing things! We can’t teach someone who thinks they already know.
Volunteers participate in various capacities ranging from the actual therapeutic riding activities, to administrative tasks and projects and corporate or club group projects. Many of our therapeutic riding clients need one or more side walkers - without assistance, they can't ride. There are always things to be done and people to lend your support, encouragement and companionship to.
Dream Power's volunteers are vita to making our mission a reality. We literally can't do what we do without them.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About DREAMPOWER THERAPY, INC.
1855 Calvary Church Rd, Gainesville, GA 30507, US
Our mission is to provide therapeutic horsemanship that is healing, empowering and nurturing to persons with disabilities, handicaps and/or special needs - whether their needs be physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.
Dream Power Therapy has been providing therapeutic horsemanship & serving the special needs population of North Atlanta since 1993. We welcome volunteers with all skill sets & love to train our helpers in equine skills they may need to be able to help the clients.
Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
1855 Calvary Church RdBarn D in Chicopee Woods Agricultural CenterGainesville, GA30507
February 10, 2021
Animal Care / Handling
Grant Writing / Research
Must be at least 14
Volunteers can elect specific days and times week by week. Our calendar allows for marking each volunteer's preferred availability, and blocking out times of unavailability and making updates as needed. There are also special projects that come up.
To help with feeding the herd, stall cleaning and handling the horses volunteers must be physically capable of lifting up to 50 pounds.