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Volunteer -learn about what we do, and our volunteer opportunities , fill out the form below to attend the monthly orientation!

We are Located in Golden Gate Estates, Naples FL – PLEASE NOTE: April and May Orientations are being held via Zoom Meeting to avoid a big group here signing forms and sitting together. You will still be able to volunteer, its just the Orientation that is online for now

To attend, Register with the form at the bottom of this page

Donate a 50lb bag of feed

Please contribute to feeding one of the horses, it means so much!

$20.00

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We are looking for responsible volunteers
-that can volunteer a min of once a week for 3 months
-chose from AM and PM shifts weekdays and weekends
– have their own reliable transportation (no drop offs )
– are at least 18 years of age
– can take direction and work well with others
-no previous experience needed, we will train you!

Learn all about horses while volunteering for a responsible rehoming organization.  This is the starting point for every new recruit.     All prospective volunteers attend a VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION.   Currently via ZOOM

After orientation, you will get your schedule for the next 30 days considering our open shifts and your availability.  We have shifts weekdays and weekends.
Try us for a month, if you feel it is a good fit, then we can see how, going forward, you can become a permanent volunteer!

Where do you start?
We care for injured ex racehorses, which involves mucking, filling and cleaning waters.   As volunteers learn and are able to consistently stay on a regular schedule, there are opportunities to have roles of greater responsibility such as feeding, hoof care, grooming and bathing, and more.  We have a farrier team, evacuation team, office management team, adoption team and training team.  Training is available to local, year round volunteers that demonstrate their commitment for free.

What if I am seasonal?  We still would love to have you!  Seasonal is different for each person though, some is a month, some 3 or even 6. We can. determine on a case by case basis how you can be here to help!  We often do events in the winter season and fundraisers that are great if you are here for a short time.

What if I can’t commit?  
Help comes in many forms, sponsoring a horse is a great way to help care for a horse if you can’t physically be here!

Above all the horses require the very best care and handling.  Everything here involves training, we have no staff, so it is all volunteer based.  The people doing the training are also volunteers.  We rely heavily on team work, having a teachable spirit, and putting the horses care first.

This is a place to help horses heal and get homes. We are so hopeful that you appreciate our mission and chose to join us!

 

After you hit SUBMIT, you are officially registered!
We will message you a confirmation email – usually within a few days
CHECK WITH YOUR EMPLOYER
Many Employers offer money when their employees volunteer. Here are a few examples:
Microsoft provides a $17 grant to a nonprofit per every hour volunteered by an employee.
Verizon provides a $750 grant to a nonprofit when an employee volunteers for 50+ hours.
State Farm provides a $500 grant nonprofit when an employee volunteers for+ 40 hours.
Check with your employer. You could help purchase that next load of hay!


7 Comments

  1. Dan Martin says:

    Where are you located?

  2. […] one of our monthly orientations, its the first Sat of every month – you can register on our VOLUNTEER PAGE  If you are not local, think about volunteering somewhere in your neck of the woods.  Giving of […]

  3. Patricia Hutchinson says:

    I would love to volunteer one day a week between 9am and 2pm. Are kids allowed to volunteer?

  4. Laura J Foster says:

    I will help raise money. I moved here recently full time. I’m good at fundraisers and asking for sponsors. Etc.

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