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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

GENERAL VOLUNTEER OPENINGS

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EVENT VOLUNTEER

Duties: Assist with event set up and tear down. Engage with the public providing information and answering questions about the rescue and pocket pets, provide rescue flyers/info on upcoming events, and occasionally assist with merchandise sales. Duties vary depending on the type of event. Reports to the Event Manager.

 

Requirements: Must commit to events that you have signed up for.

SUPPORT TEAM VOLUNTEER OPENINGS

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FOSTER
LIAISON

Duties: Reach out to foster families for bi-weekly health and behavior updates, photos, videos, profiles, or anything else upon request from the Animal Care Manager.

 

Requirements: Must have basic knowledge of Google Drive or be willing to learn. Must have access to internet and telephone. Must have good communication skills and fast response time.

LEADERSHIP TEAM VOLUNTEER OPENINGS

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SOCIAL MEDIA
MANAGER

Duties: Develop, implement, monitor, and maintain our social media presence. Coordinate with the Art Director to create major new social media visual projects. Provide direction/support to the Content Creators and Pet Publicists. Maintain communication with other departments to assess their social media needs. Stay up-to-date with current technologies and trends in social media and applications. Attend monthly leadership meetings.

Requirements: Internet access and social media accounts. Knowledge/understanding of popular and rising social media platforms or willingness to learn via self-research. Ability to plan, organize, and execute social media campaigns without supervision. Excellent communication skills.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS VOLUNTEER OPENINGS

Our Board of Directors meet once per quarter (and as needed in between). Although we do have somewhat defined roles, the BOD as a whole:

 

Ensure the organization’s activities are compliant and in furtherance of its mission. Lead, manage, and develop the organization’s leadership team, volunteers, and organizational culture. Develop, implement, monitor, and assess the organization’s programs (including their impact.) Lead the organization’s planning processes.

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CHIEF FINANCIAL
OFFICER

Duties: Monitor and assess sound and compliant financial management practices (including budgeting) and fundraising practices. Provide oversight and checks/balances to the Financial Director and Bookkeeper. Develops, implements, monitors, and assesses the organization’s programs (including their impact.)

 

Requirements: Ability to meet virtually once per quarter and as needed in between. Must have basic knowledge of Google Drive or be willing to learn. Experience in finance strongly preferred.

VOLUNTEER FROM HOME

Want to get crafty for a cause? Become a Crafty Creator! We are always looking for the below items to use for our fosters and/or to sell to the public. The cost of the supplies can be tax-deductible for you. Should you need it, click here to download our donation form

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