WE LOVE OUR VOLUNTEERS!
.... they are the backbone of Reining Strength! You'll never find a more rewarding volunteer opportunity. There are so many things you can do to help!
WAYS YOU CAN VOLUNTEER
SIDEWALKERS – walk along side riders & support the rider in performing the requested activities of the PATH, Intl. instructors. Must be physically capable of walking alongside the horse for at least an hour. Individuals must be 14 years or older to volunteer in class.
LEADERS – lead the horses during the therapeutic riding lesson. Must demonstrate an ability to control the horse in various situations. Additional in-depth training is necessary to lead a horse during lessons. Must be physically capable of leading and managing the horse for at least an hour.
PREP – Prepare horses for the therapeutic riding lesson by assisting with grooming and tacking horses prior to the lesson.
Help with filing and stuffing envelopes, assist in coordinating our mailings or get involved with our fundraising events ... and more!
DERBY DAY PARTY
Our annual Derby Day Party is our primary fundraising event, held each year on the first Saturday in May. If you are interested in serving on one of our Derby Day committees such as the silent auction, set-up for the day of the event, or other ways to help, please call us to speak with our volunteer coordinator.
Scouts, Garden Clubs and other Service Organizations may wish to coordinate special projects on our premises. What a great way to contribute to your local community!
APPLY TODAY AS A VOLUNTEER!
If you are interested in a volunteer position, please submit an online application. If the application is accepted, a background screening will then be conducted. Volunteers must then be pre-registered to attend the training session.
1. Email us to let us know in what capacity you would like to volunteer firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Complete an application, which consists of four pages.
ACTIVE VOLUNTEER RENEWAL ONLINE FORM
For active volunteers that need to renew their paperwork please use this link: