Volunteers are vital to the success of the SPCA. We are thrilled that you’re thinking about joining us! The first step to becoming a volunteer is attending an orientation session. At orientation, you’ll receive a brief tour and a bit of basic training. You’ll learn about the different volunteer opportunities at the SPCA. If you’ve never been to the SPCA before, we encourage you to visit before orientation and take a look around. We’re open to the public seven days a week. Hours and directions can be found here.
Volunteers must be 18 years or older to volunteer on their own. We have adult/youth options where on-going adult volunteers can bring youths (7 years – 17 years) with them when they come volunteer. Here is more information here on all youth-related options.
Remember, the first step to becoming a volunteer is attending a volunteer orientation session. Click the button to go to the orientation calendar. Click on the orientation with a date that fits your schedule. Read through the information and click “Sign me up.” Yes, it’s that’s easy!
You can take a virtual tour (from a puppy’s point of view) of the SPCA’s two buildings (the Holding Center and the Adoption Center) via this video.
To read about the different volunteer opportunities, click here.
Link to the Self-Scheduling Calendar >