Please take a moment to download and read these documents and call Lisa at the shelter, 236-8702, to set up a time to come in for our Volunteer Orientation to get acquainted with shelter policies, procedures, and staff before you begin.
If donating time is more to your liking than donating money or material goods, then we would like you to consider volunteering at the shelter for as little as one hour each week.
We need volunteers who can commit to a regular schedule of coming in to walk dogs, clean rooms, help with clerical work, transport animals, and a number of other areas. We are also looking for people that we can call on an as-needed basis to help with mailings, special events, and fostering. Whether you are able to commit to a schedule, or would like to be on stand-by, we would love to hear from you.
Our Volunteer program is being transformed!
In order to better utilize the skills and talents of our volunteers, and to ensure that everyone is following shelter policies and procedures, anyone who wishes to volunteer at the shelter, in any capacity, is required to attend a Volunteer Orientation.
These sessions are for all volunteers, whether you are just starting or have been coming for many years.
Please call the shelter at 236-8702 to set up a time for your orientation.
Below are a few of the programs that we are currently involved with. If you see one that is dear to your heart and you would like to help out with it, or if you have an idea for a new program or fund raiser, please contact the shelter at (207) 236-8702 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers take selected animals to various nursing homes and retirement communities, so residents can snuggle with a furry friend.
For those seniors looking for a feline friend, we will give you a cat free of charge, and all we ask in return is that you give these special cats a warm, loving, permanent home. You must be 60 or over, and the cat must be 6 or over.
We are looking for people interested in fostering our kittens, puppies, and occasionally special needs dogs. Periodically the shelter takes in more kittens than we can handle. During these times we need assistance with caring for these little furballs.