Sign up to transport injured, ill, and orphaned wild animals in East Jackson County. We will provide training to teach you capture techniques and recommend rescue necessities. We require that you are 18 or older, have a valid driver's license and insurance, and can commit to a certain amount of transports per month.
We offer multiple shifts throughout the day where you can participate in preparing the daily food rations for our patients, cleaning cages and enclosures, handling incoming calls, and more. You must be 18 or older, commit to over 20 hours of volunteer service, and receive proper training before handling any animals.
As we continue to grow, we are in constant need of volunteers for designing, creating, and maintaining enclosures and enrichment structures such as nesting boxes. We also need volunteers to maintain and upkeep our facilities. This may involve painting, repairs, and more.
If you are task-oriented, enjoy customer service, and like working in a friendly environment or behind the scenes then volunteering in a clerical capacity may be a good fit for you. As an administrative volunteer, you would assist with operational responsibilities.
Volunteers should be self-motivated, engaged, friendly, and comfortable. Volunteering in Leadership positions requires taking initiative. Leadership requires the ability to assess and initiate things independently act or strategize intended to resolve a difficulty or improve a situation with a fresh approach and execute within a deadline or timely manner.