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Volunteer Opportunities

  • Equine Feed Team*
  • Kitty City Care Team*
  • Kitty City Health  Team*
  • Events and Fundraising
  • Construction 
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • Adoption and Foster Team*

*Volunteers must be at least 18 years old

 

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the following:

  • Fill out the online waiver below
  • Attend one of the New Volunteer Orientations
    • Click here to find a date
  • Check your e-mail for a confirmation from the form and verify your e-mail address so you can get added to the Volunteer List
  • Any questions, please reach out to:

 

Currently, orientations are being held via Zoom. Please find the information on our website and Facebook events.

Please do not show up at the ranch during a non-orientation time unless you have a pre-scheduled appointment as we are not staffed 24/7 for visits from the public. We provide care for a lot of animals and that takes up most of our day.

 

Volunteer and Visitor Waiver

Everyone must sign this waiver prior to visiting the rescue

By filling out this form and submitting it, you agree to the following Volunteer Waiver/Statement:

I agree to perform volunteer work for Wildhorse Ranch Rescue. In doing so, I agree to comply with all the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of Wildhorse Ranch Rescue. I understand that my failure to do so may result in my immediate termination as a volunteer.

I understand that my services are provided strictly on a volunteer basis, without pay or compensation of any kind, and without liability of any kind for Wildhorse Ranch Rescue. All services I perform shall be at my own risk, and I understand that no medical insurance or workers’ compensation coverage are provides for me as a volunteer.

I recognize that by performing in-service volunteer duties there exists a risk of injury up to and including death caused by animals. On behalf of myself, my heirs, personal representatives and executors, I hereby release, discharge, indemnify and hold harmless Wildhorse Ranch Rescue, its agents, representatives and employees from any and all claims, causes of actions of demands of any natures or cause; including costs and attorney fees incurred or sustained by me in connection with the same, based on damage or injuries which may be incurred or sustained by me in any way connected with performing services for Wildhorse Ranch Rescue. Such damages or injuries include, but are not limited to those causes by accidents or injuries.

I understand that public relations are an important part of volunteering with Wildhorse Ranch Rescue. On behalf of myself, my heirs, personal representatives and executors, I grant permission for use of any photographs of myself for promotion or public relations. 

Fill Out Your Volunteer Waiver HERE

 

 

Covid-19 Notice

To our Wildhorse Family and New Volunteers 

We hope that you and your family remain in good health and spirits during this uncertain time.   We are truly grateful to our donors and volunteers that continue to support our mission to keep our animals healthy and happy while us humans navigate through the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

With the recent CDC Recommendations, we have updated our COVID-19 Policy for Wildhorse. 

Ranch Operations 

Wildhorse is currently closed to the public with no upcoming events scheduled for the remainder of April.  Volunteers and Medical Staff will be the only personnel allowed at the ranch at this time. 

New Volunteer Orientation's are being conducted via ZOOM Meetings. Trainings will be conducted on an individual and one-on-one basis with the CDC guidelines put in place.

Volunteer Recommendations 

If a Volunteer does not feel well, we ask them to please remain home and take care of themselves and their families first. Our Management Team has a contingency plan in place with an alternate Volunteer population that we can call upon.  We do ask that Volunteers please let us know as soon as possible when they are unable to attend a shift so that we can find a quick replacement. 

We continue to follow expert guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

With the new recommendations from the CDC regarding facial coverings, we have ordered face masks and gloves for the ranch for our volunteers to be protected.  While, these are not required for shift, we are following the recommendation of the CDC to "wear cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain." 

We encourage our volunteers to wear face coverings and gloves during their shifts and recommend them bringing (or making) their own if they so choose as we're awaiting our supply to arrive. 

It is critical for our Volunteers to maintain the 6-feet social distancing where possible while on shift and to wash hands before, during and after their scheduled time at Wildhorse.  We have placed hand sanitizers in several areas of the ranch as well as antibacterial soap and regular soap (for those unable to tolerate the antibacterial kind) at our public sink areas.   Our restroom continues to be cleaned and disinfected several times throughout the day. 

Wildhorse continues to ensure that we have access to Feed, Hay, Medication and Supplements should it become challenging to obtain these items in the near future. 

As we continue to learn more about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we will continue to update you should something change within our daily operations. 

Our Management Team is dedicated to keeping our Wildhorse Family (both 4 and 2 legged) healthy, happy and safe during this time. 

 

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  Wildhorse
501(c)(3) charity
Mailing Address: PO Box 3080 Gilbert, AZ 85299-3080
Physical Address: 11811 S Lindsay Road Gilbert, AZ 85296
Phone: (866) 926-8007   info@whrr.org