We appreciate the important contributions that our volunteers make to the improvement and ongoing maintenance of our beautiful Frisco facility. Volunteers support our mission by performing many of the chores in and around the barn, thereby freeing us to devote our energies and talents to the rehabilitation of the horses we all love.
We are first and foremost a working ranch and the care and maintenance of our animals is our top priority.
The safety of our animals, volunteers and visitors is also a top priority. Anyone interested in volunteering with us should note: we are not a public park, a riding stable, or a daycare. The volunteer jobs at the rescue are all manual labor and include such tasks as mucking, water trough cleaning and refilling, bucket pick up and cleaning, litter pick up, and other barn and facility maintenance chores that arise on an as-needed basis. In the winter months it can be cold and muddy and in the summer months we deal with heat, humidity and—of course—insects. Volunteers should be prepared to get dirty and all volunteers should be current on tetanus vaccinations. We require that all volunteers sign our liability release waiver and parents or legal guardians must sign for minors. Please print, complete and bring this signed form with you the first day you intend to volunteer.
Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.
Volunteers who don’t find manual labor appealing are always needed to help with fundraising, community outreach and/or onsite events planning and execution.