“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead
Animal Lifeline is a non-profit organization that provides vital support to organizations doing good works for the most vulnerable in our community – those without voices who cannot help themselves.
Animal Lifeline began its journey as a true grassroots organization. We greatly depend on caring members of the community to achieve our goals. There are many crucial and exciting volunteer positions at Animal Lifeline, and all of our programs for pets are successful because of the people who run them. Please take a look at the opportunities listed below, download and fill out our volunteer application and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org or or call 215-343-5050.
The Animal Lifeline Thrift Shop volunteers work as a team to intake, merchandise and sell donated items at our Warrington location to fundraise for local programs. Help is needed in intake and pricing, front sales floor and pick up of items. If you are interested in scheduling an interview please call 215-343-5050. Please note that you must be 18 years of age.
Animal Lifeline is vital to cat rescue in Bucks County. Most of our rescued cats reside at the adoption center located across from the thrift store, although we do have some in foster care. We need cat lovers daily to work with and socialize our kitties. Daily cat care volunteers feed, clean and play with our cats in adoption rooms while they wait for their new family. Cat care volunteers also work with Animal Lifeline to escort cats to adoption homes as well as creating listings on Petfinder. Please fill out the volunteer application and email it back to email@example.com or call 215-343-5050 and request an interview.
FOOD AND SUPPLY BANK
The Animal Lifeline Food Bank is a life-saving program that helps families, rescues, shelters and food banks. Volunteers are needed for weekly supply and drop off as well as record keeping and sorting of donations. Food bank volunteers need to be organized and willing to work with the public. If interested in helping, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-343-5050.
Throughout the year Animal Lifeline participates in a variety of events that could use your assistence. Whether it is transporting cats for monthly adoption events, maning a table at a fund raising event or assisting on one of our spay/neuter events there are oppurtunities for people of all ages and skill levels.
If you are interested in getting a little more hands on experience, think about volunteering with the Rescue Rebuild program.