Please visit our website (https://humanesocietyofyorkcountyorg.presencehost.net/get-involved/volunteer-information/) for volunteering opportunities and registration procedures. Our Volunteer Orientation is the 1st Saturday and 3rd Friday of every month at 10am.
Dog Walkers / Runners
Cat Kennel Cleaners
Dog Kennel Cleaners
Event Planning Committee
Thrift Shop (separate location 2144 Carolina Place, Fort Mill)
Grant Writing Committee
Home Visit Representative
See the parameters: https://humanesocietyofyorkcounty.org/get-involved/volunteer-information/
Our mission is to prevent animal suffering; to help reduce overpopulation by promoting spaying and neutering, to educate the public about animal welfare and to place adoptable pets in loving homes. We advocate for animal welfare legislation and support the prosecution of animal abusers.
The Humane Society of York County (HSYC) is an independent local non-profit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. We are located in Fort Mill, South Carolina and serve the greater Charlotte region including York, Lancaster and Mecklenburg counties.
We successfully placed 924 pets in loving homes last year preventing them from being euthanized. In an effort to stop future overpopulation, we now require that all adopted pets be spayed or neutered before leaving our rescue.
Because we are an independent no kill facility, we make our own funds via grants, adoptions, fund raising activities and donations from our generous supporters. Often people think since we are named the Humane Society we receive funds from other Humane Society non profits and we do NOT. So please give locally and volunteer. We work diligently to be good stewards of our funds so that more lives can be saved.
Please Opt to Adopt and share our information with everyone you know.
Advocacy & Human Rights
We'll work with your schedule.
8177 Regent ParkwayFort Mill, SC29715
February 15, 2021
Grant Writing / Research
Retail / Sales
Animal Care / Handling
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
2-4 hour shift
would like a commited time slot to be able to schedule volunteer for a certain task.