Volunteer for Camp Casey

Do you want to help Camp Casey bring the healing power of horses into your community? There are many ways you can volunteer with us; whether you want to help at Horsey House Calls, one of our many fundraisers or want to show off your own horse at a parade, we have volunteer opportunities for you!

How to Volunteer at a Horsey House Call

Volunteering for a Horsey House Call is about a 2.5 hour commitment and typically take place on weekends.  No horse experience necessary– just big hearts!

Horsey House Call Volunteer Requirements:

  • Complete application and online training.
  • Be 16 years or older with a valid driver’s license.
  • Be in good physical health and able to stand for at least three hours, often in hot weather and direct sun.

Here’s How to Get Horsing Around with Us:

1) Complete online application (where you’ll create a user name and password) and view our 20-minute training video found here. There’s a short quiz after viewing the video– we think you’ll ace it!

2)  We’ll alert you whenever there’s a Horsey House Call that needs volunteers.
3) Once alerted, simply opt in to volunteer for the visits that work for your schedule and location.

“There is something about the outside of a horse, that is good for the inside of a man.”

Winston Churchill

Help at Fundraisers & Events

Horses Aren’t Your Thing? Sign Up For Our Other Volunteer Events
Sign up for the e-mail list that gets in touch when we need help at our fundraisers. Follow the link (and pass it along) to sign up and get emailed when we’re in need of beer-tenders, 50/50 raffle sellers and more.

Host a Fundraiser

Do you have a big idea for a fundraiser? Does your school’s Athletic Department host fundraisers for charities? Does your company match donations? Could you sponsor a Casual Friday? By choosing to host a fundraiser for Camp Casey, you can help us bring horses to kids with cancer.
For several years the Washington Township Pet Supplies Plus has hosted a fundraiser for Camp Casey! Click here to check out the article published about “Great Fun, Great Cause!” in 2013.