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This type of volunteering can often be done from home and involves reading, responding to and forwarding emails, printing documents, answering phone calls, calling other volunteers, reviewing schedules on line, etc.
For people who know how to market an organization to the public. This work would involve building flyers, documentation, promotion material, brochures, web pages, etc.
Working in the arena involves walking in the arena next to riders (Sidewalking) to help clients by coaching and working with our riders to provide safety.
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers help in a variety of ways with all levels of time commitment. The area most people want to help in is with arena coaching and supporting our riders however, there are many other opportunities where you can help.
Apply to volunteer or, if you would like more information first, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Don't have a lot of time to spare? Volunteer at one of our events (no training required).
Know how to plan and execute an event? There are special events throughout the year that require committees of people to plan and implement them. Committee members play a crucial role in the success of an event.
New Volunteer Trainings:
April 6th 8AM - 12PM
Upcoming Volunteer Trainings
How do I start?
What Areas Could I Volunteer For?
STAFF / BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Got business skills? The staff and Board of Directors are always looking for people who can run the ship both on a day to day basis as well as setting direction for the organization.
FUNDRAISING / GRANTS
Non-profit organizations exist largely on donations and grants. Silver Lining Riding needs people to write those grant requests as well as find new grants to apply for. There is also a need for people to design and execute donation drives.