Interested in Volunteering? Start Here.

Contact us. RSVP for an orientation bellow.

New volunteer trainings are scheduled about twice a month.

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Download, print, and fill out the volunteer packet - be sure to bring this with you when you come.

Download and read through the volunteer hand book (no need to print).

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Attend a training!  We will introduce you to our horses and facility, as well as give you an over view of our programs before getting into the skills you will need as a volunteer! 

New Volunteer Forms

Please print and fill out.

Please read.

(no need to print)

  • Volunteer Orientation 3/15
    GaitWay Therapeutic Horsemanship
    Mar 15, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
    GaitWay Therapeutic Horsemanship, 1300 Lawrence Pkwy, St Gabriel, LA 70776, USA
  • Volunteer Orientation 4/5
    GaitWay Therapeutic Horsemanship
    Apr 05, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
    GaitWay Therapeutic Horsemanship, 1300 Lawrence Pkwy, St Gabriel, LA 70776, USA
 

Volunteer Levels

At GaitWay, we use a volunteer level system to organize our volunteers, their duties, and experience levels. New volunteers will be considered “in training” until attaining the first level. New levels are reached through a combination of attaining the required amount of volunteering hours and passing skills tests set for each level. 

 

Click the button for a description of each level and the required skills.

Still Have Questions? Ask Away!

Volunteer Levels

At GaitWay, we use a volunteer level system to organize our volunteers, their duties, and experience levels. New volunteers will be considered “in training” until attaining the first level. New levels are reached through a combination of attaining the required amount of volunteering hours and passing skills tests set for each level. 

 

Click the button for a description of each level and the required skills.

Details

1300 Lawrence Parkway

St. Gabriel, LA 70776

225-319-7344

Office@gaitway.org

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