Volunteering is one of the most rewarding things you can do. Volunteering allows you to develop new skills, meet new people, take on a challenge, be part of a community and make a real difference. Volunteering is good for the soul. It gives you a sense of purpose and fulfillment.
Volunteering at the Redland Dog Sanctuary will make a huge impact on the quality of life of the dogs in our care; dogs are social animals and crave human contact. You will be astonished when you feel how enormously gratifying it is to see the difference your time and effort are making in the lives of these poor defenseless animals. Volunteers are needed to play with the dogs, walk the dogs, help with the maintenance and upkeep of their kennels, run errands, and transport dogs.
Are you retired and find yourself feeling as if you no longer have a purpose? Volunteer!
Are you a civic-minded young adult wanting to “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”? Volunteer!
Are you a high school or college student in need of Community Service Hours? Volunteer!
Do you have special skills? The Redland Dog Sanctuary needs volunteers to fill the following positions. Some of them would require a serious and dedicated person willing to make long term commitment: