We were surprised, humbled and honored to learn that Back in the Saddle Equine Therapy Center has been selected to receive an Volunteer Program Champion Award in the “Nonprofit” category at Volunteer NH’s 2017 Spirit of NH Awards Ceremony! We love what we do but we couldn't do it without all the donors and volunteers who help and support us. Thank you!
Our Volunteer Training session is the fourth Saturday of the Month (No training in December).
We are in need of side walkers and leaders for our lessons.
No experience is necessary - just a desire to help our students!
We have many new students who want to ride and need your support.
Please contact us here to reserve your space.
Volunteer of the Month
How to become a Volunteer
Contact us by phone 603-746-5681, email (email@example.com) or by this website. Let us know how you would like to help!
2) Download our Volunteer Application form. Complete the form and send it to us.
3) Contact us so we can schedule you for a Volunteer Training session. We can train you for working with the horses or barn chores - whichever you prefer.
4) Other questions? Call us!
Currently Looking For:
We have supervision for students in need of community service hours. No previous horse experience necessary... training supplied; documented volunteer hours, and a welcome campus at which to serve. We have something for anyone who wants to help us in our mission of getting them all "back in the saddle" and onto life's happy trails. Come be here when it happens!
There are numerous volunteer opportunities here at BITS. Horse leading and sidewalking for classes, barn chores, cleaning the grounds, gardening, and more. There's plenty to do on the farm - even if you're not inclined to work with the horses.
Volunteers age 14 and up help provide safe and effective therapy sessions for our clients. No previous horse experience necessary, training provided. Leaders, side-walkers, and spotters may be required during astride lessons.
Minimum of 2 hour commitment once a week, for our four week sessions. Come help us get them "back in the saddle" and on life's happy trails!