Since we are a non-profit, we need many volunteers. Last year alone, TRRFCC volunteers logged over 700 man-hours. There is no horse experience necessary or required. If you are interested in volunteering in any of the following specific areas, please contact Liz Covert or (480) 272-0929.
We currently need volunteers to help during our classes. Choose from helping students with the horses, journaling or team building exercises. You may choose to volunteer for an hour, day or even the entire week of classes.
Our executive staff is largely volunteer and participation revolves around the seasonality of our program. We’d love to work with you and we are flexible around your schedule. Currently, we are seeking individuals to serve on our executive staff.
Fundraising Chairman heading up committees on fundraising (at least 2 per year), tax credits and sponsors
Public Relations Chairman, including publicity in print, TV and social media
Our mentor program began in 2010, and we are very proud of the leadership role our older students take. Sixth graders may apply to become a mentor for younger HTES students during TRRFCC Horsemanship classes.
Our goal is to continue strengthening character in our children through their interaction with the horses.
Come help a great organization work with the best students anywhere!
If you would like to help make a difference, please contact us today for more information!
Complete the form to the right for more information, or email the Volunteer Informatoin Packet to email@example.com.