Animals Events: Round 2 (And More!)

Date of Event/Activity: iFoster Volunteer at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Name of Event/Activity: Foster kittens for PA!
Location: Your home, kitten pick up and orientation at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue
League
Hours: 2 hrs per kitten per day.  Typical time for housing a kitten is 1-4 weeks.
Details of Volunteer Activity: Care for and socialize underage kittens to prepare them for adoption!

Date of Event/Activity: No set date, hours vary and are flexible but should add up to at least 8 hours each month for a minimum period of 6 months.

Name of Event/Activity: There are quite a few options, but some examples are Foster/Rescue Aide; Kitty Cuddler; Enrichment Assistant and Shelter Greeter/Host.

Location: PBCACC shelter, located at 7100 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Details of Volunteer Activity:

Our minimum age for volunteering at the shelter is 16, but there are also take-home projects (fostering an animal, for example, or doing projects that involve making enrichment items/toys for the animals) that younger kids can earn credit for.

Most of the volunteer roles available in the shelter for kids under 18 are not direct animal handling positions, but they are nonetheless very important in supporting all of our programs. For example, a 16 year old could take on a role like “Foster/Rescue Aide,” where they would work closely with our Foster/Rescue Coordinator to assist her with all the administrative aspects of the Foster and Rescue programs (including helping prepare kitten foster care kits, etc.). They could also take on the role of Greeter/Host, which involves hanging out in the front lobby and welcoming visitors to the shelter, answering basic questions, and directing people to wherever they are trying to go.

There *is* actually one direct animal handling position open to those under 18, but only with cats. Our “Kitty Cuddler” position is open to those 16 and up, and it involves interacting with and socializing cats that are in the shelter’s adoption program waiting for homes. We also are very much in need of in-shelter Enrichment Assistants, who work with our Behavior/Enrichment staff on things like preparing and distributing frozen peanut-butter-stuffed Kong toys to the dogs, etc.

All of these (with the exception of the take-home projects) are ongoing volunteer positions that do require a minimum six-month long commitment (8 hours per month). So students would need to be prepared for that commitment. But as long as they are, we would be very grateful to have them join us!

Website: www.pbcgov.com/animal

Contact Info. to Register/Sign Up: Tammy Roberts at troberts@pbcgov.org


Adopt A Cat Foundation

We are always in need of helping hands and hearts. Listed below are just some of the things you can do:

• Foster Care
• Fundraising Activities & Events
• Help clean and maintain the shelter
• Working at our Thrift Store
• Helping with adoptions on weekends

To volunteer, please contact Inga Hanley at
Business@adoptacatfoundation.org or call 561-848-4911.


Date of Event/Activity: Thursday, 11/7/19
Name of Event/Activity: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Climb
Location: Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter
Hours: 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Details of Volunteer Activity: Registration table/course set-up/course route
volunteers/after party
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: Email @ kblaney@cff.org

Date of Event/Activity: No set date, hours vary and are flexible but should add up to at least 8 hours each month for a minimum period of 6 months.

Name of Event/Activity: There are quite a few options, but some examples are Foster/Rescue Aide; Kitty Cuddler; Enrichment Assistant and Shelter Greeter/Host.

Location: PBCACC shelter, located at 7100 Belvedere Rd., West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Details of Volunteer Activity:

Our minimum age for volunteering at the shelter is 16, but there are also take-home projects (fostering an animal, for example, or doing projects that involve making enrichment items/toys for the animals) that younger kids can earn credit for.

Most of the volunteer roles available in the shelter for kids under 18 are not direct animal handling positions, but they are nonetheless very important in supporting all of our programs. For example, a 16 year old could take on a role like “Foster/Rescue Aide,” where they would work closely with our Foster/Rescue Coordinator to assist her with all the administrative aspects of the Foster and Rescue programs (including helping prepare kitten foster care kits, etc.). They could also take on the role of Greeter/Host, which involves hanging out in the front lobby and welcoming visitors to the shelter, answering basic questions, and directing people to wherever they are trying to go.

There *is* actually one direct animal handling position open to those under 18, but only with cats. Our “Kitty Cuddler” position is open to those 16 and up, and it involves interacting with and socializing cats that are in the shelter’s adoption program waiting for homes. We also are very much in need of in-shelter Enrichment Assistants, who work with our Behavior/Enrichment staff on things like preparing and distributing frozen peanut-butter-stuffed Kong toys to the dogs, etc.

All of these (with the exception of the take-home projects) are ongoing volunteer positions that do require a minimum six-month long commitment (8 hours per month). So students would need to be prepared for that commitment. But as long as they are, we would be very grateful to have them join us!

Website: www.pbcgov.com/animal

Contact Info. to Register/Sign Up: Tammy Roberts at troberts@pbcgov.org


Volunteers are a vital part of Furry Friends!

We simply can’t do what we do without our volunteer team members.  Our animals and organization welcome and appreciate the donation of your valuable time and talent to help our dogs and cats while they await their forever homes.
As a Furry Friends’ approved volunteer, you may participate with our organization in so many ways:
  1. Bring a Furry Friend to adoption and special events (e.g. food collection drives, fundraisers, community events.)
  2. Walk dogs, interact with cats, assist our adoption desk and help us put our best face forward to visitors at both our Jupiter Adoption Center and Palm City Ranch.
  3. Accept donations, organize merchandise, provide customer service and more at our Thrift Boutique
  4. Provide photography or marketing services to promote our adoptable animals.
  5. Take a Furry Friend on a field trip to a local dog-friendly restaurant, beach, or park to increase their socialization, exposure, and adoption opportunities
  6. Assist us with special projects requiring attention at both locations, from fixing broken doors and faucets to installing shelving, and more

 


Second Chance Rescue

Foster Caretaker

We are a foster-based organization, which means that we do not have a shelter. Our animals are kept in our volunteers’ homes and given the love and care they deserve while they wait for their forever homes. We provide the necessary supplies for our foster caretakers (food, crates, kitty litter, medications, if necessary, etc.). You supply the love and attention. Fosters are responsible to ensure that animals available for adoption are brought to the events.

Event Volunteer

We have adoption events every weekend. We have weekly events at various PETCO and PetSmart stores. We also participate in a variety of community events. Event volunteers may be assigned to work with dogs, cats, puppies, or kittens. They may also be assigned to hand out literature to the public or request donations. We try to give each volunteer an opportunity to perform a variety of duties. Each week an email is sent out to all of our volunteers about the upcoming weekend’s events. If you are available to volunteer, we ask that you respond to the email and let us know which event you will be attending and what time you will be there.

Cattery Visitors

We have adoptable cats that reside in the catteries at the PETCO stores in Palm Beach county. Cattery Visitors spend time with the kitties, giving them lots of love and affection. Duties also include some minor cleaning and making sure everyone has plenty of food and water. Cattery shifts are available daily and you can sign up for as many or as few shifts as your schedule permits!

Transporter

Transporters drive animals to and from the veterinarian’s office, deliver or transfer animals to foster homes, deliver medication and supplies to foster homes, pick up animals for events, or pick up animals at shelters.

Collecting Supplies or Donations

We can always use supplies. Some of the items we need include:

– Newspapers
– Cleaning supplies
– Laundry detergent and bleach
– Dog food, treats, and toys
– Cat food, kitty litter, litter boxes, treats, and toys
– Crates and carriers
– Leashes, collars, and harnesses

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with us, please complete the attached application and email to danielle@asecondchancerescue.org


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Date of Event/Activity: Sunday, December 8th
Name of Event/Activity: Wellington Holiday Parade
Location: Forest Hill Blvd Wellington (SunTrust Bank)
Hours: 10am-4pm
Details of Volunteer Activity: Manage water tents, staging, clean up, carry banners in parade, help with parade dispersal.
Website: cpbchamber.com
Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: krissy@cpbchamber.com

Website to Register for the Following Opportunities:  https://educationfoundationpbc.3cfreestore.com/

Location:

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Red Apple Supplies is located at Riviera Beach Preparatory & Achievement Academy. The address is 7071 Garden Road, Riviera Beach, Florida 33404.

Monday thru Friday – Enter and park at the school’s front lot using the spaces on the south end of the building. Walk thru the open gate and continue to the back of the school, follow the directional signs and flags for Red Apple Supplies.

Saturdays – Drive to the back of the school using the Red Apple Supplies directional signage from the road.

Volunteer Tasks and Agenda:

The goal of RAS volunteer projects is to uphold the look and integrity of the facility, that our teachers will enjoy an experience no other Teacher Resources Store can match. Though not all inclusive, the following will be what a volunteer could expect to be assigned to for each scheduled session:

– Sort, organize, inventory and stock donated and/or purchased products
– Assist Teachers with their shopping experience
– Research values and set distribution quantities
– Add descriptive signage to departments and product
– Build and set retail display racks
– Create inviting displays and creative uses of outdated items
– General housekeeping items throughout the year
– Attire

Please dress comfortably and refrain from wearing open-toed footwear (sandals, flip-flops, etc.). Many companies and groups that come together are welcome to wear their company/team shirts.

NOVEMBER 2019

Tuesday, November 5th: 10am – 12pm and/or 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, November 7th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Friday, November 8th: 10am – 12pm
Saturday November 9th: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday, November 12th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, November 14th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Tuesday, November 19th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, November 21st: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm

DECEMBER 2019

Tuesday, December 3rd: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, December 5th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Friday, December 6th: 10am – 12pm
Saturday, December 7th: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday, December 10th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Thursday, December 12th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Friday, December 13th: 10am – 12pm
Saturday, December 14th: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday, December 17th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 6pm
Wednesday, December 18th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Thursday, December 19th: 10am – 12pm / 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Friday, December 20th: 10am – 12pm


Date of Event/Activity: Ongoing

Name of Event/Activity: Ongoing

Location: Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Hours: 8am – 12pm or 1pm – 5pm

Details of Volunteer Activity: Animal Care Volunteers for Dogs. Assists dogs and puppies in our care by walking dogs, bathing dogs, doing laundry, dishes, and cleaning kennels, as well as reporting any health or behavior concerns to supervisor.

Websitehttps://www.peggyadams.org/how-help/future-volunteers

Contact Info to Register/Sign Up: volunteering@peggyadams.org


Date of Event/Activity: Every Saturday
Name of Event/Activity: Adoption Day
Location: PetSmart 531 N State Rd 7 / Royal Palm Beach Fl, 33411 & Petco 920 s State Rd 7 / Wellington Fl 33414
Hours: 11am-3pm

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