Volunteer

We Need You! But our Rescued Horses Need You More!

At Canham Farm Horse Rescue volunteers are very important to us. Giving your time to help us – whether it is hands on help with the horses in our care, assisting with our general administration or helping out with fundraising and creating awareness, your help makes a real difference.

Our volunteers also help raise money and awareness of our good work within their local communities and sometimes further afield!

There are lots of benefits to becoming a Canham Farm Horse Rescue volunteer. You will learn more about horses, meet new people and make new friends, develop or gain new skills and experiences or help you gain confidence and self-esteem. You will also become part of a valued team allowing you to give something back to an animal that has given this country so much, yet are often treated so badly.

Current Volunteer Positions

Canham Farm Horse Rescue is looking for volunteers to help with the following:

General Ranch Help/Yard Work

We are in need of people to help out with general horse care. Duties will include feeding horses, some mucking, interacting with horses (after volunteer training) and more depending on experience. Please email canhamfarm@gmail.com.

Fundraising Helper/Coordinator

We are looking for a person or a group of people to help us with fundraising. This volunteer job would include helping get the word out about our horse rescue, soliciting donations, creating small events and community outreach.

Advertising and Public Relations Coordinator

Dedicated, diligent and detailed oriented volunteer needed to help spread the word far and wide about us, what we do for horses.

Construction

We need help from repairing fences to building shelters. If you are handy with construction tools we need you!

If you would like to volunteer for any of the volunteer positions above, please complete the form below. We do require a payment of $12 to help us pay for background checks.

Sorry no children between the ages of 14 and 18 without an adult present.