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Florida TRAC’s dedicated volunteer team is the backbone of our organization.  You don’t need to have horse experience but you need to feel comfortable with the horses and be able to complete tasks independently. There are many areas in which volunteer assistance is appreciated:

  • stable maintenance

  • horse care (bathing, grooming, etc.)

  • photographing available horses for adoption

  • grant writing

  • special events and fundraisers

  • administrative assistance

Florida TRAC needs assistance 7 days a week and operates both mornings and afternoons.  Upon completing our volunteer training, the Florida TRAC Volunteer Manager will place you in the perfect role based on your skill set and abilities with horses.

Volunteers must be 16 years or older.  Please fill out the Volunteer application form found here: and email the form to Parents or legal guardians must fill out the form for children under 18.



Download and complete the Volunteer Application and email the form to or legal guardians must fill out the form for children under 18. 


Completed application, phone interview and orientation is required. Orientation is held first Saturday of every month at 10:00 am. Participation in Fundraising is required of all volunteers.


A required oreintation class for all volunteers is offered to acquaint you with our program and educate you on the aspects, responsibilities and expectations of becoming a volunteer. This educational workshop will educate you on the history of our organization, maitenance and healthy protocols of caring for our horses, and our community events and fundraising programs so you have a thourough understanding of how we operate.


After your orientation and initial workshop, you will start your hands-on experience with expert guidance.  You'll work along with an experienced volunteer or staff member who will help you learn safe and proper techniques of the barn chores and being around the horses. Your education continues as you practice these skills and become part of the rehabilitation team.  

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