Make a Positive Difference in the Lives of Homeless Animals

How to Help: Volunteering

Volunteering

The Animal Shelter Foundation would not exist with our passionate volunteers. If you love animals, are looking for a meaningful way to spend your time, or are interested in starting a new hobby, please consider joining our volunteer team.

Whether you like to get your hands “dirty,” work in a team setting or would prefer volunteering from the comfort of your own home, the opportunities are endless.

If you have experience or an interest in any of the following, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.

Community Awareness/Events – It Takes A Committee
Throughout the year we participate and host many events.  Some may consist of a booth at a Community event, others may be Rabies, Spay/Neuter Voucher or Micro-chipping clinics.  We are always looking for volunteers who can participate in one or more aspects of the event, as well as event leads.

Grant Writing/Grant Research
Many of our programs to support the animals rely heavily on funding. There are many grants available that will provide this funding. We need volunteers like you to research our options and complete grant proposals. If you have experience in grant research/writing, we could use your help.

Supporting our Supporters
We recognize that those who support the ASF are the reason we exist. We are looking for volunteers to reach out to our supporters and keep our membership growing.

Our Programs – the Nitty Gritty
Keeping our programs going – Heartworm Help, Vet Visits, Spay/Neuter Voucher Assistance, etc. – require the “not so glamorous behind the scenes work” like completing paperwork, filling out spreadsheets, following up with those we’ve helped and compiling data. If you have an interest in volunteering your time in any of these areas – we need you!

More importantly, the animals need you. If you can spare a few hours a month that’s all it takes. Our volunteers are a passionate group of individuals making a difference in the lives of the homeless animals in our community.