Help Promise Ranch Grow! Come and Volunteer!
Promise Ranch Therapeutic Riding relies on the participation of dedicated volunteers to help facilitate daily lessons in a safe and supportive environment. Each of our riders requires the assistance of 1 to 3 volunteers in order to achieve their goals. For more information on our lesson and therapy session volunteer roles, check out Volunteer Positions.
Our minimum age for volunteering in lessons and therapy sessions is 14 years old. However, we do have younger volunteers who help with barn chores and horse care. We do ask that parents of volunteers younger than 14 years old remain on site during volunteer activities.
In addition to lesson/therapy session volunteers, we need people to work “behind the scenes” helping with horse care, facility maintenance, fundraising, marketing, volunteer recruitment and coordination, office management, and other vital operations. If you’d like to be part of our “behind the scenes” team, please send inquires to email@example.com
Get Started TODAY!
Our volunteer orientations are scheduled based on demand. Once we receive your enrollment, we will contact you to find out your availability. Thank you!
To sign up, please follow the steps below to enroll as a volunteer with Promise Ranch. After you receive your username and password, you can sign up for the next orientation in our interactive online calendar!
Step 1: Visit Volunteer Scheduler Pro by clicking the button below.
Step 2: Once you’ve arrived at the site, look below the sign-in box and click ‘Sign Up Now’ to create your Promise Ranch account.
Step 3: Once your enrollment form has been received and processed, you will receive an email with your username and password.
Step 4: Log in to check out our daily calendar and sign up for an orientation.
Step 5: Keep your eye on your email for more upcoming orientation and training opportunities!
If you have any questions or problems, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
PRTR Volunteer Release of Liability – please print, sign, and bring with you to your orientation
PRTR Volunteer Orientation – Feel free to read this document in advance of your orientation