Have you ever wanted to dedicate your time to helping rescued farm animals? Have you been looking for a way to give back and help lend your support to the animal rights community? Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer in a peaceful setting, one-on-one with sanctuary residents? Terra Farm Sanctuary is looking for compassionate individuals to join our small, dedicated group of volunteers. If you have a desire to work with donkeys, sheep, roosters, goats, and companion animals, please consider volunteering at Terra Farm Sanctuary! We follow Covid-19 protocol and offer a safe volunteer environment.
Regular, ongoing shifts are 3-4 hours mornings, and/or evenings. (We are not offering one-time volunteer opportunities at this time) A typical shift includes:
Feeding and watering
Bedding and yard cleaning
Experience is helpful, as is knowledge of veganism; transitioning vegans are encouraged but if you are dedicated to helping animals, we are eager to meet you. Full training will be provided!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Terra Farm Sanctuary
6014 N Rambo Rd, Spokane, WA 99224, US
Terra Farm Sanctuary is a 501c3 charitable organization, created to give retired, abused, and unwanted animals a protected and compassionate home, while providing for their well-being and comfort, allowing them to thrive. These animals will not work, perform, or otherwise produce while living out their natural lives in peace. Terra works to create public awareness of the crisis faced by farmed and commoditized animals through vegan education and advocacy.
Founded in 2016, Terra farm Sanctuary resides in northwest Spokane County, on the edge of Indian Prairie, amid towering pines and meandering wildlife.
We provide a compassionate home for beings who have been victims of neglect, abuse, and fear, have retired from arduous labor, or are the unwanted products of factory farming and youth projects. TERRA is a place of solace, where we respectfully allow our non-human family to live out their natural lives in peace.
We understand the importance of animal freedoms and make thoughtful choices in our daily lives; we share information on veganism, plant-based eating, and ethical, non-animal alternatives to everyday goods and services. We also offer one-on-one support to those seeking to transition to veganism, or to existing vegans with questions about ethical considerations, plant based eating, and resources.
Terra is able to provide for the needs of our family through the generous support of our friends. Volunteers help us manage daily activities, and are the backbone of what we do, please consider volunteering with us!
We'll work with your schedule.
6014 N Rambo RdSpokane, WA99224
September 20, 2020
Animal Care / Handling
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Ongoing 3-4 hour shifts, mornings and/or evenings
Able to work in all weather conditions, able to lift 30 lbs, able to work without direct supervison