Program Facilitators are empathetic listeners that help provide a safe environment where grieving children can express themselves through peer support groups, miniature horse interactions and therapeutic play.
No experience is necessary, just a caring heart! Training is provided to give Program Facilitators the tools necessary to facilitate a child's grief journey. After completing a minimum of 6 horse skills trainings on Sundays from 8-10am and an intensive 15 hour training, Facilitators will co-lead peer support groups which meets twice a month for 3 hours each.
For more information and volunteer application, visit our website at www.tomorrowsrainbow.org/volunteer.
Tomorrow's Rainbow is committed to nurturing emotional wellness and resiliency in children, teens, and families experiencing grief, loss, or trauma.
Tomorrow's Rainbow has become an oasis for grieving children and their families. By recognizing that children grieve in their own language which is play, they are guided through their own unique grief journey in a way that is meaningful to them.