a Difference Today!
Become a Volunteer for H.O.R.S.E.
If you are interested in volunteering at H.O.R.S.E.,
we'd love to see you! But please call the farm at 860-868-1960
-- preferably a day or two before your planned visit -- so that
we can make sure someone is available to show you around.
At H.O.R.S.E., we are dedicated to the rescue and
rehabilitation of abused and neglected horses. Our volunteers
come from as far away as New York City to help around the farm.
There are many fun things to do that make a difference in helping
our horses. Get a good workout and help with some of the heavy
chores (ride an ATV!) or just take it easy and groom, walk and
feed the horses.
Spend an hour or a day at the farm. Whatever you choose, you'll
have a great time - all for a good cause! ... And you'll make
new friends - human and equine!
you like speaking in front of people and contributing
to the community? H.O.R.S.E. representatives sometimes appear
at county fairs, educational events, museum and cultural establishments
educating people about horses,
our adoption program and sponsorship opportunities.
You can help by volunteering at these functions.
Interested in a career in Animal Husbandry? Veterinary Technologist/Technician?
Farrier? Earn valuable hands-on experience at our farm, on your
first day! See a real BLM [Bureau of Land Management] Mustang,
meet a retired police horse, give hugs to a miniature horse standing
only three feet high or try and hug our drafts, some as large
as 17 hands high. Horses of all sizes and personalities are waiting
to meet you!
There are so many ways YOU can help H.O.R.S.E. Take a tour of
our rescue facility and find out whether volunteering with horses
is your "thing."
See our Calendar
of Events for happenings at the farm.
You will make a difference by helping horses get back to a healthy
and happy life.
Call us today! 860-868-1960.
Please print out and give to friends, family and colleagues.
Post on your company's bulletin board. Email your friends and
provide this link to our volunteer flyer.