At Urban Stable we empower our students to become independent leaders with their horse. In order to safely facilitate this growth to independent leadership, students in our program are assigned a volunteer Horse Handler/Youth Assistant to work one-on-one with a student and horse pair to help students maintain safe practices around their horse.
Horse Handlers/Youth Assistant Requirements and Responsibilities:
If you are interested in volunteering as a Horse Handler/Youth Assistant please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a volunteer application.
Do you have a passion to make a difference? Want to make an impact in the lives of youth in your community? Do you have an engaging personality and are not afraid to dive in and do tasks? Then our Board of Directors is looking for you!
The Urban Stable Board of Directors is an engaged, working and dynamic board that takes action. We have an amazing team of board members and we look for like-minded people to join the team. As a Volunteer Board Member, you will help steer our charity forward, effectively planning for Urban Stable’s future, sustainability and success.
Board Member Responsibilities
We cannot change lives without our volunteers, especially at our fundraising events. As an event volunteer you can sign up to help at certain special events and fundraisers or you can join our fundraising and events committee to help organise the annual fundraising activites. We have opportunities to volunteer at various fundraising events throughout the year such as the annual Bud & Spud Fundraiser, Paint Parties, and the Golf Tourment.
Event Volunteer Responsibilites:
If you are interested in being an Event Volunteer or sitting a term on the events committee contact us via email at: email@example.com
You can help Urban Stable change lives by donating today. Every donation, no matter how big or how small, enables Urban Stable to continue to unbridle youth potential. Make a life-changing gift today.
Other ways to get involved are in-kind donations such as:
“I have always wished to ride or own a horse and this program is making a wish come true and is teaching me how much work a horse needs. I learned that I like taking a challenge. My Horse taught me that I do have knowledge in my head, I just need to try hard to bring it out.” Student Age 10
“I think the program is awesome. I learned that I am a good leader. I can do anything I put myself to if I try. My horse taught me to be confident.” Student age 11