We need your help!
We are looking for friendly, dedicated people to help with our programs. Many positions are available and no horse experience is necessary! Your participation helps us fulfill our mission — to connect all individuals with the powerful benefits of therapeutic and equine activities. With the recent addition of Therapeutic Programming, our need is even greater to help riders who would otherwise be unable to engage in equestrian activities. You can play an important role in assisting them achieve their goals while building self-confidence and independence. It's a fulfilling, fun, weekly 'horse fix' and great exercise!
Our staff and volunteers work together, forming a vital team that is essential to our ongoing success. Individual reasons for volunteering may differ, but giving of oneself and forming special connections with people and horses create a common bond with everyone involved in our program. Whether your experience with horses is life-long or minimal, your willingness to give yourself and your time is what we need.
If you are interested in learning more about volunteering at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center, please contact us today. The recommended minimum age for volunteers is 14. To get started, complete our Volunteer Registration Form or call us at 508-338-7198.
Volunteer opportunities include...
Horse Care — Grooming, Exercising our Herd, Feeding
Program Assistance — Sidewalkers
Property Maintenance & Barn Chores
Marketing and Communications
Volunteer Registration Form
General Orientation Training for 2019:
We are committed to our volunteers to provide the best training possible to make your experience easy, engaging and enjoyable. Our goal is to give you the information you need to manage your volunteer duties.
Saturday, February 2nd 2:00 - 3:30 PM
All trainings take place at Misty Meadows. For more information, email email@example.com.
Special thanks to All The amazing volunteers who help us on a very regular basis... THANK YOU!
Without our volunteers’ hard work and dedication, we would not be able to fulfill our mission — to connect all individuals with the powerful benefits of therapeutic riding and equine activities.
As we grow, volunteer opportunities continue to increase. Words can't express our gratitude to all the exceptional folks who give their time and expertise in a myriad of ways — from assisting during programs, helping with events, horse care, mucking and cleaning stalls, feeding the horses, offering professional services, fundraising and more.
Jeff De Long