We are ALL VOLUNTEER and funded solely by donations. Please donate and support us if you can. Please see our sponsor and wish list pages for more info on how to help. If you are interested in adopting, fostering, or donating we would be happy to provide more information.
Volunteers are currently needed for the following:
• Daily farm help - animal feeding, cleaning, grooming, TLC animal love providers
•Foster Homes - Horses, Dogs, Cats
•Dog Groomers •Dog Walkers & Trainers
•Adoption Home Checks
•Special Events Planners
•Tractor Work - arena maintenance
•Plumber & Electrician
•Horse trainers & groomers
•Handy person (fences, barn repairs, etc.)
•Bird Habitat Builder
•Bunny Habitat Builder
• Help with tack cleaning, repairs.
We are always looking for more wonderful quality volunteers. If you have experience with the above fields or have experience in something else, please fill out our Volunteer Information Sheet and mail it to us for consideration. Please follow up with a call to make sure we got it.
Church, Scout, Family, and Business volunteer groups are also welcome. Thank You to several Eagle Scouts and Girl Scouts for your help!
Thank you for becoming a Black Forest Animal Sanctuary volunteer!
Some of our favorite quotes....
"I pray that gentle hands may guide my feet. I ask for kind commands from voices sweet. At night a stable warm with scented hay, where, safe from every harm, I'll sleep till day." -Anonymous
"Somewhere...somewhere in time's own space, there must be some sweet pastured place. Where creeks sing on and tall trees grow, some paradise where horses go. For by the love that guides my pen, I know great horses live again." - Stanley Harrison
"Riding is a partnership. The horse lends you his strength, speed and grace, which are greater than yours. For your part you give him your guidance, intelligence and understanding, which are greater than his. Together you can achieve a richness that alone neither can" -Lucy Rees
"To learn all that a horse could teach, was a world of knowledge, but only a beginning. Look into a horses eye and you instantly know if you can trust him."
- Mary O'Hara