VOLUNTEER

Volunteers are the backbone of HorsePower for Kids!

The volunteer program is largely responsible for the every day operation of the farm. We rely on volunteers for feeding, animal care, cleaning, administration, and on-site daily assistance. HorsePower for Kids runs on donations that are collected through a variety of programs. Such as visitors, pony/ranch parties, field-trips, sponsorships, and special events/fundraisers.

Volunteer applications are ONLY being accepted for following reasons:

- School Hours (15yrs & older)

- School Programs (12yrs-14yrs volunteering with parent)

- Court Appointed Hours (1st time offense)

     NOTE: other reasons will be declined. 

If your application is denied & you have questions, please email us @ info@ horsepowerforkids.com

* 4 hour monthly commitment is completed in 1 shift until your hours are met. 

* Please stay committed as last minute cancellations and/or

"No Shows" will automatically remove you from our volunteer list. 

Volunteer is responsible for keeping track of their hours and log. We will not recreate your log and/or research hours or sign past dates.  Your hours should be signed day you volunteer. 

Thank you for your contribution!

DONATE

As a rule, animal rehabbers do not receive any county or state funding. We are non-profit 501c3 and depend on YOUR support. HorsePower for Kids & Animal Sanctuary takes in a variety of orphaned and unwanted livestock and wildlife species. However, we receive no financial support other than what individuals like you are able to donate. Donations can be made directly from this page using the button below or mailed to us.  Even $10 makes a difference! These donations, no matter how small or big, help keep our capybaras, wallabies, and other animals safe and well fed!

We also accept food, supplies, fencing, cages, or any other items we can use to make our facility a better, safer recovery place for wildlife and farm animals in need of a forever home. 

Thank you so much for your support!

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