Give back to your community by joining our team. From assisting with lessons, facility maintenance and camps. Our program doesn't run without YOU!


There are so many ways to get involved!

Many of our program volunteers assist during our therapeutic lessons by taking on the roles of leaders and sidewalkers. As a volunteer, you also get to work with our students while they navigate grooming and tacking. This role is extremely important as our volunteers not only assist with participation, but also provide our students with social interactions and the opportunity to build friendships. 

  • Must be 14 or older - exceptions made if you have prior horse experience

  • No experience required for sidewalkers

  • Horse experience required for leaders


We have something for everyone!

Our volunteer opportunities also include getting to work one on one with the horses if assisting during lessons isn't the right fit for you. If you have ever wanted to learn more about horses and what it takes to care for them, we have can help you with that! Taking care of our program horses is just as important as the students these horses work for.


Show your creativity!

We are always in need of volunteers to help us around the farm when it comes to maintenance, repairs and additions. Making sure our facility is clean, organized and accessible allows us to better serve our families. If working directly with our students and horses is not the right fit for you, volunteers can also help us by assisting with designing and building sensory trail stations, arena games and props.


Be a part of the best summer ever!

Hand, Hoof and Heart offers three types of camps for five weeks ever summer. All our of camp staff is volunteer based  - from pony staff, to counselors to our C.I.T.s. Without our volunteer camp staff, we would not be able to offer these summer programs to our community. Joining us for camps is a great way to give back to your community and make lifelong friendships! Please click on the button below to see our camp volunteer flyer. Contact Erin at (404)983-5355 for more information.

Have more questions? Contact us to get more information on volunteering!