We are Located in Golden Gate Estates, Naples FL
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!
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. You will meet the horses, see the facility and meet some of our awesome volunteers! Bring a bag of horse Feed with you, we will send you the type and where to get it in the confirmation email!
We have 6 levels of training available to volunteers. One step at a time, everyone starts from the beginning and works their way up thru education and applying what they learn. You are eligible for the free training after your first (all shifts ) completed month here! Training is done as a group, generally on your shift with your team. If you have missed shifts, you will be eligible the following month
Level 1 Basic Handling and Tools
Level 2 Wash Station- Products and Procedures
Level 3 Picking and Soaking feet – Products and Procedures
Level 4 Handling for Events, classes
Level 5 Ground Work
Level 6 Tack and Intro to Riding
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!