Voluntary South Auckland Riding for the Disabled Volunteers
Volunteering for New Zealand Riding for the Disabled is a magical way to give something to your community!
Regardless of your age, ethnicity, background or previous experience there is a role for you in our team – no previous experience required! You don’t necessarily need to be a ‘horsey’ person.
# What can you offer?
Groom, tack up and warm up the horses before the riders arrive
Lead the horses during riding sessions
‘Side-walk’ with riders during sessions
Arena set-up and pack-down
Help with unmounted activities
Assist the riders with their helmets and check riding clothing
Help with morning tea and refreshments
Join our roster to feed and check our horses
Maintenance of our arena and grounds
Organise events and activities
You can give as much, or as little, as you can fit into your lifestyle – we welcome new volunteers with a little time and motivation to be a part of something special.
We have rides on Monday afternoon, Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
#What’s in it for you?
Our work is always interesting, varied and rewarding.
Make a difference to someone’s life
Learn new skills
Get out in the fresh air & exercise
Have fun, make new friends
Work with horses and children
Be part of a nationwide charity
What we do is special! With your help, we can reach even more riders and change even more lives.
We can offer you lots of great training and support, the chance to make a positive difference in the lives of people with a disability, and the chance to make great friends and learn new skills.
Whether you’re a horsey or non-horsey person there is a perfect role for you at your local RDA Group.
Check out our Facebook page South Auckland Riding for the Disabled.
How to Apply
If this sounds like you . . . please email us at [email protected] for more information.
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