We are 100% run by volunteers...

Your help keeps us going!

How can I help?

Volunteer Information.

We can use your strengths in every area from grooming to building fences to hauling big round hay bales! Yes, some of the chores are not so glamorous, but it all needs to be done! Keeping horses in a safe and sound environment takes a lot of dedicated and hard work. We feel it's worth it, and can use all the help we can get.

The first step is to have you attend one of our volunteer orientations. We try to schedule a volunteer orientation one Saturday a month. The orientation gives us a chance to introduce you to what we do and learn what your skills are. It also gives you a chance to see if our needs match your skills. To sign up for the next available volunteer orientation, click here.

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Please fill out and bring a Release of Liability Waiver for everyone volunteering. You can download the document by clicking on the above link.

Join one of our committees to work in-depth to promote the business side of rescue! We have the following committees: maintenance/hay, fundraising, adoption support, event planning, merchandising and volunteer support.

If you are able to help us with any of these high needs areas, please contact Ande at 316-519-4129! We will set up a mutually agreed upon time to meet our committee chairpersons and get you started!

We are excited to meet you!

Look at something fun our volunteer Mike Briley created to promote our horses!

When can I help?

Check out our Volunteer Signup Calendar of Events

Volunteer Sign-Up Calendar.

Once you have been through our volunteer orientation, you are welcome to come out and help us any time*. We also need your help with putting on special fund-raising events and activities. See what events we have going on and what we need help for. Sign up by clicking on an event, filling out and sending the form. Once we've received the form we'll call you to verify. Then we'll see you there!

*Anyone under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Release of Liability Waiver

Release of Liability

Every volunteer must fill out a Release of Liability Waiver.

Simply download it by clicking the link above or the image to the right, print it, fill it out, and bring it to your first visit or orientation meeting, so we can get you involved right away!

Have More Questions?

Have More Questions?

Contact Us!