Horse SenseAbility at Wildstar Farm
16 Nason Hill Lane
Horse SenseAbility assists at-risk youth and young adults develop life skills by engaging in therapeutic equine-assisted learning activities in nature.
- City to Saddle for urban, underserved youth in Framingham
- Stable Moments for children and teenagers who are or have been in foster care
- Therapy equine and canine visits to community organizations within a 1/2-hour drive
- Therapeutic horsemanship and riding lessons for individuals with autism spectrum disorder; learning disabilities; emotional, behavioral, or mental health issues; experience with violence, abuse or trauma; or identified as being at risk.
Horse SenseAbility is looking for a volunteer web designer to create a visually appealing, user-friendly site to be launched in Spring 2018. The designer will work closely with the founder (who has a technical background and 25+ years of professional writing experience), who will develop and structure all the content. Communications can be face-to-face, via Skype or by phone or a combination thereof depending on the volunteer's preference.
If interested, please contact Polly Kornblith at 617-504-5299 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Crafting End-of-Year Fundraising Campaign for Therapeutic Riding & Horsemanship Center (Volunteer Opportunity)