No therapeutic riding classes during Warren County first week of school.
However, we will need volunteers to help care for our program horses in the morning and the afternoon. Contact us today if you would like to help!
Agriculture Night at Chaney's Dairy Barn - NBTR will have a booth at this event
NBTR Board Meeting at 6:30 pm
WKU Bed Red Blitz - Incoming freshman come to NBTR to work on projects
WKU Forensics Group - Students come to NBTR to work on projects.
Strides Clinic for Volunteers 10 am - Noon; these clinics are educational for our volunteers so that they can learn more about NBTR and equine assisted activities for individuals with behavioral, emotional, mental and physical disabilities.
Volunteer Orientation 6 - 8 pm; Individuals that would like to learn more about our program and how to volunteer, must attend this orientation.
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As with any non-profit organization, volunteers are an important pillar to their structure and that is why NBTR is VERY appreciative of our volunteers! Our volunteers donate so much of themselves, their time and support but some are not always able to give as much as they would have or want because of life’s demands.
NBTR is always in need of individuals who would like to donate their time and want to open their heart to part of something special!
Our Volunteers are vital to NBTR! Volunteers help NBTR fulfill their mission.
Volunteers allow our riders to participate in the program.
Volunteers feed, care for and exercise our program horses.
Volunteers help in the office with data entry, mailings, organizing, filing, answering the phone, etc…
Volunteers help keep the barn organized and clean. They muck stalls, clean buckets, clean tack, organize games, sweep grooming area, etc…
Volunteers help ease financial pressures by helping with fundraisers from organization to implementation. Volunteers are effective fundraisers because their personal commitment to the organization’s mission makes them convincing advocates.
Volunteers help with technology services for our computers, printers and network.
Volunteers donate their time to help maintain the barn, fencing, mowing around the barn, outdoor ring and trail, provide electrical work, donating, unloading and staking hay.
Volunteers give so much more than words can express!!
That is why we provide orientations and trainings, the 4th Monday of each month.
If you have any questions feel free to call 270.777.3600.
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