Corporate, Civic and School Group Volunteer Information
Southern Reins is always looking for helping hands to assist in completing and funding projects. We are grateful to the many groups who have already contributed and supported our mission, and we appreciate your willingness to help with special projects, construction, facilities maintenance, and more!
Below are a few ways your corporate, civic or school group can support Southern Reins:
Day of Service
Put your Citizenship into Action: Bring your team to Southern Reins to work on the farm. It builds a sense of community and creates teamwork, while engaging and energizing your employees, friends and students. It also helps us in countless ways to maintain our facility.
Share your Strengths: Support us by “doing what you do best” - from marketing, to accounting, social media promotion to legal counsel – we always have a need for professional support.
Give what you Get: You can make a big difference donating everyday items for our office, barn and horses. We are always in need of cleaning supplies, horse grooming supplies, tack and barn equipment, fly spray, etc. Visit our Amazon Wish List to see the items you can contribute that will help our program.
School or Corporate Challenge Days
Rise to the Challenge: Host a corporate or school Denim Day and encourage employees and students to “pay-up to dress-down” while fundraising for Southern Reins!
Employee Matching Gifts
Be a Match Maker: Double your support of Southern Reins with an employer match gift! Many businesses provide match funding for employee giving.
Kick up your Heels: Partner with Southern Reins as an event sponsor to promote your business or individual giving.
Work Group Criteria
Groups will be limited to a maximum of 20 or a number deemed manageable by staff.
If there is funding that is necessary to complete the project, we ask that your group contribute or raise funds to underwrite the expense of the project.
All volunteers are required to complete a liability release.
Volunteer work groups agree to abide by Southern Reins' rules and safety standards.
Participants of volunteer groups must be 12 years of age or older. Volunteers under the age of 18 must be supervised by an adult.