I may not speak your language, but when you spend time in my presence and listen with your heart, you will hear my voice! -Author Unknown
Since Jan 2013- 315 Minis Taken In
Since Jan 2013- 348 Minis and 77 Ranch Animals Placed

Volunteers are our heart and soul of our organization.
Angels for Minis could not do it with their dedication and countless hours they donate!

Volunteer Coordinator
Jo 510-410-8152
or 
Mary 925-323-9352 

Be a part of something special! 
The minis count on it!
Training

Many minis come to us with out any training
or handling.  Volunteers are instrumental in
working with the minis, teaching them boundaries
and how to be handled in order for them to be adopted.
To Trust Humans

Some the minis that are surrendered to us have only known abuse and neglect at the hand of their owners. It is such a gift from the volunteer to teach the horse how to trust humans by showing them love and affection.
Veterinary Assistance

On many occasions, volunteers come to us with veterinary skills which are very helpful in assisting our veterinarian.
Veterinary care is essential to the care and well being of  horses we take in. 


Farrier Assistance

Many horses arrive with feet/hoof issues. Volunteers are helpful is assisting our farrier in handling horses during the trimming process. Volunteers are critical in getting minis comfortable in having their feet and legs handled.

Volunteers are our heart and soul of our organization.
Angels for Minis could not do it with their dedication and countless hours they donate!

Volunteer Coordinator
Jo 510-410-8152
or 
Mary 925-323-9352 

Be a part of something special! 
The minis count on it!
To Trust Humans

Some the minis that are surrendered to us have only known abuse and neglect at the hand of their owners. It is such a gift from the volunteer to teach the horse how to trust humans by showing them love and affection.
Training

Many minis come to us with out any training
or handling.  Volunteers are instrumental in
working with the minis, teaching them boundaries
and how to be handled in order for them to be adopted.
Veterinary Assistance

On many occasions, volunteers come to us with veterinary skills which are very helpful in assisting our veterinarian.
Veterinary care is essential to the care and well being of  horses we take in. 


Farrier Assistance

Many horses arrive with feet/hoof issues. Volunteers are helpful is assisting our farrier in handling horses during the trimming process. Volunteers are critical in getting minis comfortable in having their feet and legs handled.