Who can help
Anyone over the age of 14 with an interest in
being of service
Those with no prior horse knowledge (but it
can be very useful!)
People with just a few hours a week available;
your schedule is our schedule!
Help is sincerely appreciated in
Sidewalkers (friendly horse-loving people who
walk next to the rider)
Horse leaders (with a little training you can
become an expert wrangler)
Behind-the-scenes helpers (fundraising,
printing, special-event coordinator)
Donate your therapeutic services (for OT, PT,
and Speech professionals)
Sponsor a horse or child
FORMS FOR DOWNLOAD
NOTE: Some slower connections may take longer to download
● Volunteer Information
1.2MB .PDF File
Volunteer Policies &
122KB .PDF File
2.3MB .PDF File
For further information please call:
Phyllis Clartk at (406) 239-7064
PATH ~ Professional Association of Therapeuutic Horsemanship International
When we think about all the things we do,
there isn't a thought that doesn't include you.
Marking our days with a special plus,
knowing our sponsors are there for us.
We may not walk, or jog, or speak,
but our time at Bitterroot Therapeutic,
is the highlight of our week.
With your support our world expands,
you let us know that we 'really can'.
We can reach goals, we can excel,
we can contribute ... and do it well!
You give us pride and reason to hope,
and with our thanks we write this note.
Thank you for your time and care,
as we strive each day knowing you're there.
by Linda Olson, Founder
Mike was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth. He is now 25 years old and through the support of his much appreciated sponsor, the Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation, he has been riding in the BTR program since 2002. Washington Foundation's generosity enables Mike to enjoy independence. For someone who needs physical help in every other area of his life, riding continues to be Mike's passion. ~ 2013
Abbie's "never quit" attitude comes charging through when she rides. Born deaf with spondylothesis of her back and athotoid cerebral palsy, she has a hard time controlling her movements. Riding not only makes her back more comfortable, it improves her coordination and allows her competitive spirit to shine while competing in Special Olympics. With the benefit of her sponsors, Mrs. Sam Hammett, Abbie will continue to bring home blue ribbons.
Two of our professional equine therapists sponsored by L. Stern of New York and Greyhound General of San Diego, California.
FORMS FOR DOWNLOAD
Sponsorship & Contribution Form
926KB .PDF File