Handling and caring for horses; organizing stable area, tack room, and barn; cleaning stalls, grounds, and paddock (mucking); maintaining tack and other equipment. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. Must attend Equine Program and Safety Procedures training. Approved volunteers will also choose to participate in at least one of the three opportunities:…
Duties include: Mowing, weeding, housekeeping, and professional quality painting.
Record the Day-toDay financial transactions of COJ. Record purchases, sales, receipts, and payment. Create simple monthy reports. Coordinate with accounting firm.
Help by editing our seasons of Grief Quarterly newsletter. This is our signature publication dealing with Grief and Mourning.
Help by designing and assisting with dispersal of brochures, newsletters and flyers about Companions on a Journey and our programs.
You’ll work on an ongoing committee to learn, evaluate and suggest and develop ways to improve our tours and education outreach programs.
Help us capture pictures at events and nonprofits all over the city!
Schedule meetings with key officials, as well as assistance with fundraising, creating sponsorship programs, scheduling and coordinating community forums, and facebook communications.