We ♡ Our Volunteers
We are 100% run by volunteers. We simply could not do this work without our family of volunteers who are dedicated to our mission. On our team, we have volunteer accountants, architects, civil engineers, environmentalists, graphic designers, videographers, etc. and of course: animal lovers! If you have a special skill, or just love animals, we want you on our team.
Click here to review available opportunities + complete your volunteer application
Some volunteer opportunities include working directly with the animals with set or flexible hours. We also have various opportunities that are 100% remote.
Monthly Volunteer Events
If you are only interested in participating in monthly volunteer events, please check our EVENTS page to sign up.
Become a General Volunteer
If you can’t commit to a weekly volunteer position but would like to be on call to help cover shifts or help with special projects please consider becoming a General Volunteer! General Volunteers work on-site with the animals, their habitats, and, if you are interested, in the construction of their homes. Please fill out the form linked below to be added to our list.
If the link doesn’t work, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email Moises at email@example.com to learn more and apply!
This position supports the day-to-day operations of running a farm animal sanctuary. We ask for a 3-month commitment as this experience requires training. Due to the nature of our rescue work, animal-derived ingredients are not permitted on site.
Weekly tasks include assisting in animal caregiving shifts, helping special-needs animals, administering medications, gardening, landscaping, weed-whacking, hosting community workdays, online help, special projects, construction help, maintaining a clean facility, and more. See below for additional information about the various tasks!
- 25 hours per week of work
- Must be available 8 am-2 pm Mon-Fri (with an hour lunch break) to assist in on-call animal caregiving shifts. Off Saturday and Sunday
- 3-month minimum stay
- Animal Care: feedings, medical care, assisting in transport, assisting in emergencies
- Landscaping: weed-whacking, harvesting bananas, maintaining the compost pile, watering plants
- Building Projects: assisting in construction projects
- Online Help: responding to emails, research, and more.
Weekly Caregiver Team
Our weekly caregivers commit to a shift once a week, either in the morning or evening, and come to the sanctuary to feed the animals, clean their enclosures, muck out their hay, and perform other tasks that keep the sanctuary afloat! We have over 80 weekly caregiver volunteers. Below are a handful of these generous individuals.
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."
– Mahatma Gandhi