Volunteers are the beating heart of our organisation who help children and adults with physical and/or learning difficulties to ride for therapy, achievement and fun. Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, make new friends, and get a fantastic feeling of satisfaction that you are making a difference. Whatever your skills, you have something to offer, either with the riding sessions, fundraising or in a support role.  


Support for Riding Sessions
These provide an opportunity to work with Quest’s horses and to ensure clients enjoy their riding lessons in safety. No previous experience is necessary as full training will be given.

Horse Maintenance 
Although Quest is very fortunate to be based at Laris Farm where horse management and welfare standards are second to none, anyone who would like to become involved with working with the horse team will be very welcome. 

Special Events
Quest has lots of events and activities throughout the year and we welcome anyone who can help with these in any way.

Fund Raising 
Quest receives no state aid, but is very fortunate to have support from the local community and a dedicated and enthusiastic group of fundraisers.

 We are always looking for new members to join our team and find new ways of raising vital funds to continue with our important work. There are many ways to help; you can join our active fundraising team, organise an event of your own and get sponsored, make a one-off or a regular donation, or through corporate sponsorship or adopting Quest as your business charity of the year!
Visit our fundraising page to find out more.

Picture right: Halstead preparatory School present  a cheque to Julie Jones, Chairperson of Quest.

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