Animal welfare services for Olympia, WA & the surrounding areas since 1980 helping those who cannot help themselves please call us today (360) 456-8176
Concern for Animals has lots of volunteer opportunities available to help our animals and programs! We often need volunteers to help with special community and fundraising events, Toast for Tails, and renovation projects at our new office, located at 1414 State Avenue, Olympia. Once you’re on our volunteer list, we will send out frequent email communications about our needs and events.
Please click on volunteer application to join our team of volunteers today! Please scan and email your application to Sarah@concernforanimals.org or mail to:
Concern for Animals
P.O. Box 4422
Tumwater, WA 98501
If you're already a volunteer and would like to donate your time to one of the events above, contact Sarah@concernforanimals.org or call 480-7756.
The next volunteer training will be held on Tuesday, May 21 from 7:30-9:00 p.m. in the Parks and Recreation Building, The Olympia Center.
Volunteers who have never attended a training are encouraged to attend as well as anyone interested in learning more about CFA. We welcome animal lovers over the age of 18 (if 16-18, must be accompanied by an adult).
RSVP: Space is limited! Sarah@concernforanimals.org or 360-480-7756
The Olympia Center is in the Parks & Recreation Building, 222 Columbia Street, downtown Olympia.
Concern for Animals is seeking a few skilled volunteers for our 2013 Give Back Volunteer Program. To learn about these exciting opportunities, please see the descriptions below.
CRITERIA FOR APPLYING:
•Our volunteers will begin approximately June 1, 2013 and continue through approximately June 1, 2014.
•All volunteers are unpaid and expected to help with fundraising events and administrative duties as assigned.
•Please indicate in the subject line which volunteer position you would like to be considered.
•Interested candidates should forward a cover letter, and either a volunteer application or Board application, via email to Janey@concernforanimals.org.
•No phone calls please!
This Give Back Volunteer Program is perfect for anyone looking to learn more about the world of non-profit development, event planning, and animal welfare issues. While these positions will be especially helpful to those looking to continue in a career in the non-profit sector, the skills learned through the event planning, fundraising, marketing, financial duties, veterinarian services and administration are invaluable to anyone who plans to have a leadership role in any sector. Most importantly, this is a fun volunteer program in a fast-paced, casual work environment, and contributes to saving lives of cats, dogs, and farm animals at CFA. Additionally, these positions will give the opportunity to work on an individual project with the support of the board and staff. These are great opportunities to add a personal and unique element to a professional portfolio, and work to improve specific skills with the help of a professional non-profit team. For a description of the following positions, please click here.
To volunteer for an event listed below, please click on the link which directs you to Volunteer Spot. Just follow the simple directions!
Friday, June 28 & Saturday, June 29
Concern for Animals House
1414 State Avenue, Olympia
Do you have some things you've been meaning to give away? Why not drop them off at CFA to help us raise money for pet owners and animals. We are accepting household items every Tuesday & Thursday in June from 3:30-5:30 p.m. For more details, click on the flyer.
If you're a CFA volunteer and would like to sign up to help on Wednesday, June 26 (organize and set up), Friday, June 28 or Saturday, June 29, please visit Volunteer Spot at http://vols.pt/VMm1tw.
All donations are tax deductible.
To learn about some volunteer opportunities, click here and open Calendar of Events.
Please download the volunteer monthly e-newsletters: