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Community Service

Shadarobah Horse Rescue welcomes adults or students looking to fulfill their community service hour requirements. Please contact Michelle Heitz at (260) 410-1999 or shadarobah@shadarobah.com for more information.


May The Future Be Better Than The Past


Pre-registration is required for the hands-on volunteer training orientation session. Contact us today to sign you or your group up. For more information, please email us at shadarobahcontact@gmail.com - please be sure to put “Volunteer Training” in the subject line of the email or you can call Kris at 260-402-5206. We look forward to seeing you!

Time & Talent

Daily volunteer activities include, stall cleaning, watering, building and grounds maintenance and repairs, etc. Other volunteer activities include: fund-raising, marketing, or anything else you can think of. If you have other volunteer ideas, we welcome the help.



Without you this wouldn't be possible...

Thank you to those who muck...who groom...who feed...who fundraise... who answer the phones - and the list goes on and on.

There are no limitations to who can volunteer. People with or without horse experience are needed. If you would like to learn more about horses and their care and have time to help out, we would be happy to teach you.

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their Parent or legal guardian to attend the initial volunteer training orientation. Anyone 12 years and older may volunteer without a parent AFTER they have completed the initial orientation training program. Children under 12 may volunteer only if a parent volunteers by their side and provides supervision at all times.

All volunteers must sign a liability waiver (A parent or legal guardian must be present & sign a liability waiver form for anyone under the age of 18). All volunteers wishing to participate in the hands-on volunteer training session MUST wear closed toe shoes or boots. We welcome volunteers of all ages and skill sets as well as groups (girl scouts, etc.), schools and community service programs.