Do you have a skill or strength that you would like to share with adults and children with disabilities?

Ongoing opportunities include hospitality, gardening, sidewalking (walking alongside horses during therapy session), and maintenance around the farm. Unique opportunities are available for communication and marketing students or professionals, experienced horse handlers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, speech, occupational, and physical therapists, special educators and students.

Volunteers must be at least 15 years old and able to work independently with minimal staff supervision. Volunteering in our programs involves moderate physical activity. Generally, volunteers must be able to commit to volunteering at the same day and time each week. All volunteers must consent to being fingerprinted and pass a background check.

If you are interested in volunteering with our program, please send us a brief message detailing your experience, interests, and availability.

We are always interested in identifying talented community and business leaders to grow our Board of Directors as well as forming partnerships with community groups, agencies, and businesses in the Baltimore-metro area and beyond.

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“While volunteering for the vocational program, I have met clients who will forever have an impact on my life and knowing that I contributed to the smiles, laughter, and hard work that the participants of TTL have demonstrated, makes every second of my time worth it. TTL has taught me that everyone has something to offer, kindness never fails, and the importance of finding the ability in disability. The lessons that I have learned from this life-changing program will continue to follow me throughout life and I would like others to have the same volunteering opportunity that I had at TTL.”

Danielle Amesbury
Occupational Therapy Student
Towson University