WellBeings welcomes volunteers to contact us and arrange a training session with one of our supervisors, which are generally offered on the following days, at the following times:
If none of those times work for you, just let us know -- we’ll arrange a different time for you to come. Once we feel confident in your ability to do safely whatever tasks you have taken on, we can arrange for you to come at a different time and work (potentially) unsupervised.
Even if you have plenty of experience with horses, you are likely to find that some aspects of our approach are going to be different from how you’ve been taught before. Please be patient: The wellbeing of our horses is paramount to us; they are being handled by quite a few different people, so they deserve to be handled in a consistent way.
Although some of the tasks that we need help with involve direct contact with the horses, others do not. Just let us know if you would like to help but aren’t comfortable getting up-close-and-personal with the horses; we’ll give you something else to do that’s equally important and valuable.
Here are some of the things WellBeings Workers do:
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