Our volunteers experience the satisfaction of knowing that they have made a difference in a child's life. We act as side walkers and horse leaders for students/riders with various disabilities while they receive much needed equine related therapies.
We also help out with the grooming and exercising of the horses, keeping the tack neat and Clean, as well as, fulfilling the general cleaning duties of the barn, arenas and grounds.
No experience is necessary. We train you as needed during a mandatory orientation where you will learn hands-on while working with riders in an actual session.
The only requirements are that you like to help others, are dependable and responsible, and have a positive attitude.
It is truly gratifying to see the progress the children are making in their therapies. And, if not for our volunteers, these kids would be denied the opportunity to experience the benefits that can improve their Quality of Life. A desire to give back and help someone else is what drives our volunteers. What a great group we have!
As little as 1 hour of your time can change a riders life...and maybe your own!
Sessions are Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 to 6:30 PM, Sunday 7:30 - noon.
To provide quality Equine Assisted Activities to children and adults with special needs, including, but not limited to disabilities such as, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Emotional/Behavioral Disorders, and Learning Disabilities.... therapeutic horseback riding and equine related programs.
We provide therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with special needs.
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
2519 Parkwood RoadSnellville, GA30039
November 17, 2020
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Must be at least 14
Orientation or Training
ON SITE/IN PERSON time requirement to work with horses & riders are 1 to 4 hours after completing an orientation (2 hours Min.) Some VIRTUAL opportunities are available and as little or as much time you can give would be greatly appreciated.
Be able to walk for 30 minutes at a time while working as part of the Therapeutic Horse/Rider Program.