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Volunteer ShowcaseHave you ever wondered what it would be like to volunteer for a horse rescue and sanctuary? Do you love horses but can’t have any of your own? Have you volunteered for an equine rescue and sanctuary in the past and would like to again?

This may be your opportunity! Our efforts continue to grow, and we are looking for individuals who want to spend time helping the horses. There are many projects that need to be done, whether you like the outdoors and want to help build or paint fences, or would rather be in the office on the computer and would like to help fundraiser, send mailers, help with the newsletter, or just come and learn how to care for the horses, we welcome you!

Please complete the Volunteer Information Form below and one of our volunteers will contact you. Thank you for your interest in helping us help them!

The form and payment must be submitted the Friday (One week) prior to the orientation class you want to attend in order to reserve your seat in the class. Failure to complete the form, submission of payment one week prior to the orientation and confirmation from Jackie Cuyler, our Volunteer Coordinator as to your attendance will result in delaying your participation. Any questions regarding our procedures or completing the form can be directed to jackiecuyler@comcast.net.

On the Web:  Complete the following form:

Volunteer at the Ranch

Volunteer at the Gulliver and Friends Boutique


Please note that a separate form must be completed for each person and cannot have multiple names on the same form.  Thank you!

Our volunteer orientation and safety classes are held the second Saturday of each month. Come and learn about our volunteer opportunities and see how you can help the horses at Equine Voices, take a tour of the ranch and enroll in our orientation/safety class.

A $25 non-refundable class fee is required and must be paid in advance by clicking the volunteer fee button below.

Your class fee will cover the cost of your first T-shirt and Volunteer Handbook.

We are looking forward to having you as a part of our volunteer family.

For more information please contact Jackie Cuyler at jackiecuyler@comcast.net or
call the office at 520-398-2814

Youth Program

Our Youth Program is designed to enlighten young people about the current plight of the American horse, provide physical activity away from computers and television, and teach responsibility, compassion, and the innate connection between humans, horses and nature.

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In Balance Ranch Academy
Casa De Esperanza
Eagle Scouts of Rio Rico
Girl Scouts of Tubac

Click on the links above to view pictures from that particular youth group’s visit to Equine Voices!

Desert Christian Middle Students Visit Equine Voices


On Thursday, March 14th middle school students from Desert Christian Middle School visited Equine Voices. They toured the property with guide Diane Russell, visited with our rescued horses and learned their stories. They also were of service to us, accomplishing their own mission during service week while learning about our mission of horse rescue and giving a “voice to the voiceless.”

We truly enjoyed having you here, Ms. Foxworthy and students, and hope to see you again soon!


Volunteer Notes

img_0201I wanted to let you know how much I’ve been enjoying the 2-4pm shift with Jean. She is such an excellent manager and I feel so comfortable working under her leadership. The sense of peace and contentedness I gain from volunteering at Equine Voices is a rare gift, as is the opportunity to contribute to the well-being of the horses. Thank you for your efforts and caring spirit.– Heidi

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