Want to volunteer, foster or help in any other way?
Want to do your bit and help out at a shelter whether it be through volunteering, fostering or simply donating? Below is a list of details on how to get in touch and find out about volunteering and/or fostering at each shelter. Alternatively you can always visit the shelter's website by using the links on the left.
If you are a shelter and want your shelter details to appear here, log in and then click on 'Your Profile'. At the bottom of this page there is a volunteer information text box you can fill in. Once this is done your shelter information will appear here.
We welcome all kinds of people – of all ages, backgrounds and abilities – to volunteer with our charity. Our starting point is that you share our love and respect for the animals in our care.
Whatever your skills, if you would like to offer your time to the charity please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. We will be delighted to hear from you!
What would we do without volunteers!
We need help first and foremost to run our shops, as well as helping at events and publicising them, and manning can collections, as well as promoting our website and facebook to family and friends, and much more. We need volunteers to walk our dogs, play with them and groom them. We need help sometimes with administration and telephoning. We need volunteers for gardening, DIY and decorating.
Any time you can offer us is very much appreciated. We just need you to be enthusiastic and reliable so turn up and rally round for the sake of the dogs. Call the Centre on 01387 770210 any day between 12 and 4 to discuss what you can offer, and request a Volunteer application form.
We are always keen to hear from people who would like to volunteer for us, especially if you can foster rabbits in your own home.
Our volunteering opportunities include:
For more information visit our website at http://www.fairlybelovedrabbitcare.org and click on the Get Involved or Volunteering section.
We are also always in desperate need of funding. If you can offer any support again, visit our website's Get Involved section for details or donate directly via our Just Giving page.
If you would like do do your bit to help our Greyhounds, there are a few ways you can get involved:
For any more information, please get in touch by leaving a message on our blog, send us an email or give us a call and we will be happy to help. All contact details can be found on our website.
For information on adopting or fosterig please email email@example.com or contact us via facebook https://www.facebook.com/Paws2Rescue/
PLEASE HELP US AND DONATE TO:
BANK: METRO BANK.
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Text giving: Text to 70070 sending PAWS39 followed by £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10.
Payroll Giving: https://www.givingonline.org.uk/Paws2Rescue_3008/index.html
Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary is devoted to rescuing and rehoming greyhounds and lurchers in need. Along with the wonderful online community and many volunteers, SGS are passionate about the welfare of greyhounds and are committed to raising awareness of the plight of these beautiful animals.
There are many ways in which you can help SGS save lives, if you would like to volunteer to help SGS please see the on-line application form at http://www.scottishgreyhoundsanctuary.com/appforms.
Anyone can join the forum to find out everything that is happening at Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary and to get involved. If you wish to know anything alse you can contact us about volunteering, fundraising, sponsoring a kennel or adopting a greyhound or lurcher through our forum or website. Hope to hear from you soon.
You can help out Second Chance Kennels Fife by sponsoring a dog or donating.
To sponsor a dog please go to the following link: http://secondchancekennels.org/?c=howyoucanhelp&p=Donate
To donate to the shelter please go to the following link: http://secondchancekennels.org/?c=howyoucanhelp&p=Donate
Any help is greatly appreciated.
or visit our website: www.second-chances.com
Foster Role Details
There are two key elements to this role. The first involves being responsible for meeting the daily needs of dogs in your care, including feeding, cleaning, grooming, exercising and socialising until the dog is rehomed. The second involves working with the committee with regard to the admission and subsequent rehoming of dogs.
The nature of this volunteer role requires an ongoing commitment that will vary over time, making it difficult to predict how much time you will need to commit. You will need to be available at times appropriate to meeting the dog’s needs as you will have ongoing responsibility for any dogs in your care. The amount of time a dog can be left alone will vary.
Typical Tasks Include:
Please visit Sunny Harbour's volunteering web page to find out how to help the charity out:
As a family run rescue manpower is short so if you feel you have an hour or two to spare from time to time have you considered volunteering?
There are many opportunities open to you. Read on for more details.
Vounteering is a great way to give something to the community. In the case of Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue our volunteer opportunities give you the chance to help those animals less fortunate, abused and abandoned through no fault of their own a second chance at life, by becoming part of our small team.
It will also help you to expand your skills and being able to add volunteering roles to your CV is always a bonus!
You will also find volunteering very rewarding and you will get back so much love and gratitude from the cats and kittens in our care.
We are looking for people with an interest in animal welfare, eager to help less fortunate animals than their own pets and willing to give up some of their time to be a companion and carer. Diligence and common sense and an ability to follow processes in place at the rescue for the wellbeing of both you and the cats in our care is essential.
Volunteers over 16 years of age are most welcome, please contact us to discuss. We often have weekday vacancies available
We run solely on donations and receive no external funding, other than our local Charity shops. Goods for the shops may be delivered to 42 Bridge Street, Ellon, 27 Broad Street, Peterhead or 21 Low Street, Banff.
We do have a paypal account for donations, firstname.lastname@example.org and donations are always very gratefully received
If you would like to become a foster carer or a transporter for our rescue, please contact us by email or fill in the online slip on our website.
Want to volunteer, foster or help in any other way?