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Cause Areas

When

It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.

Where

12 E. Banroft, Ste 105,Corner of Bancroft & FranklinToledo, OH 43620


About

Volunteer Orientation is Sept. 24, 2016 starts at 11 a.m. located at our education center 12 E. Bancroft Toledo

Toledo's PET Bull Project is committed to Preventing animal cruelty and dog fighting, Educating pet owners on pet responsibility and the importance of spay & neuter and to Train people to be good advocates for their pet; whatever their breed!

Toledo's Petbull Project is a non profit 501C3 organization.Our organization operates and is successful thanks to our volunteers, grants, donations, sponsors & support from other community organizations. Volunteers are the backbone of TPBP.

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We have volunteer opportunities for absolutely EVERYONE! We have new volunteer orientations every other month.

  • Community pet food panty
  • Social Media
  • Class presenters
  • Trainers
  • Vet techs
  • Photographers
  • Advertising
  • Dog Fosters
  • Office Work / data entry
  • Community Outreach
  • Fundraising
  • Event planning
  • Networking
  • Volunteer Engagement
  • Logistics
  • Teen Programs
  • Grant writers
  • Advocates
  • Animal rescue

LEARN HOW OUR PROGRAMS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE. These are just a few programs we offer to the Toledo Community.

Humane Education Classes - Used to help Stop Dog Fighting and Animal Cruelty

PET Safety Classes - Used to help keep pets in their home by training current and future pet owners.

Dog Training - Used to reduce dog bites, increase dog retention, and create better breed advocates.

Pawsitive Reading Program - Used to teach kids confidence in reading through therapeutic interactions with dogs.

FREE Park Trainings - Used to keep pets in their home, teach safer public behaviors for pets and owners, and educate public on the importance to spay and neuter pets.

Pet CARE-a-van - Used to provide food and supplies to needy pet owners.

Teen Center - A place to turn at-risk teens into pet advocates and positive community leaders.

Teacher's PET - Used to create a community of dog trainers through capable at-risk teens and get more dogs adopted.

Skills

  • Fundraising
  • Youth Services
  • Mentoring
  • Animal Therapy
  • Community Outreach
  • Animal Care / Handling

Good Match For

Kids Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • We're grateful for any time you can donate!
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