OUR MISSION: To improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapy
“I encourage anyone who wishes to witness and feel pure joy, power, freedom, and love to not only visit, but also participate in Reins of Life.”– Mark Wilson, Volunteer
Volunteers are the hands of Reins of Life. They provide many necessary services:
Horse leaders and side walkers in classes
Tack and equipment cleaning
Feeding horses (as part of a weekly team)
Pasture and stall cleaning
Building and grounds maintenance
No horse experience is necessary. Training is provided. Class volunteers attend a three-hour training session where they learn the proper method of working with our special riders and horses. Volunteers are asked to sign up for a minimum of 1 ½ hours a week. They are then assigned the same rider for the length of the session.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Reins for Life, call Chris at 574-232-0853 or click the button to the right to start the download for the registration form.