Mississippi Valley Therapeutic Horsemanship
Volunteer: Volunteers are the backbone of our program. There are jobs for horse people and non-horse people alike. We need help with everything from leaders and sidewalkers to maintenance and administration. So, roll up your sleeves up and get ready to see miracles happen right before your eyes.
You can make a difference in someone's life at MVTH. There is always a need for
volunteers to assist with the lessons, but have you considered the impact you could have as
a MVTH instructor? The interaction of our instructors as they work with the riders is
what MVTH is all about, helping each individual rider reach their potential and reap the
benefits of therapeutic horsemanship.
If you are interested working with MVTH as an instructor please visit PATH international for details and contact MVTH at 573-788-2100 (barn phone) or e-mail us today.
Donate: MVTH is a 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are tax deductable and very much appreciated. Please send donations to:
PO Box 154
Jackson, MO 63755
To contact us by phone, call 573-788-2100.
It is our greatest wish at MVTH to give those with disabilities the chance to discover how equine assisted therapy can impact their lives. We want to help give every child or adult with special needs the opportunity to experience the amazing benefits of horse therapy. With your help we can continue to offer rider tuition assistance.
We have several ongoing projects that we need to raise money for:
1. Rider tuition assistance
2. An enclosed tack room
3. New riding helmets
4. New fence around the property
5. New boards on the outdoor arena
6. Fans for the indoor arena
Sponsor a rider: Scholarship programs are available to our riders who qualify, and if you would like to sponsor a specific rider or contribute to the fund, please let us know.
Sponsor a horse: To meet our growing needs we have increased the number of horses in our program. With a growing herd, our expenses have also grown. You can help us care for the cost of the horses as they "care for our riders". By sponsoring a horse you can help defray the cost of grain, hay and other expenses.