Everybody looking in the right direction. Long time volunteer Kim Browne keeps a watchful eye as a student guides “Brown Sugar” around the barrel. Unity of the team is what volunteering is all about!


2017 volunteer application

2017 Participant application

Particpant_Handbook 2017

2017 WTRRA Volunteer Handbook

If you are interested in volunteering, please come learn more at our Public Open House on March 18th. Then on April 4th we will have a Volunteer Orientation! Come join our team and have fun with horses while making a meaningful difference in our community!
Volunteers provide an invaluable service to Whitewater Therapeutic and Recreational Riding Association. Whether you are able to devote one hour or ten hours per week, your time and energy will always be greatly appreciated! Horse experience is not necessary as assistance is needed in all areas of the program including:

Riding Program Volunteers…assist in preparing horses for sessions (groom & tack), leading horses or sidewalking riders during sessions.

Stable & Facility Maintenance Volunteers…help maintain the horses and the stable. They may assist by cleaning pens and tack, or help with general maintenance, repairs and improvements of the facility.

Office Program Volunteers…provide valuable support by greeting riders, assisting with phone inquiries, data entry, filing, mailings and other general office duties.

Special Events & Fundraiser Volunteers…may assist with the coordination and production of various fundraisers and special events. Volunteer assistance is also needed the actual day of an event.

Special Skills Volunteers…are encouraged to share their technical or professional skills that may be of benefit to the program such as – grant writing, computer knowledge, public relations, photography, etc.

Get started by downloading the application above and contacting us for training availability.  J

ill Henry, our volunteer coordinator looks forward to talking to you at 208-993-1041 or email at