Quality Care and Sustainability Team
Quality Care and Sustainability volunteers play an important role in ensuring both a high-standard of care for patients in the clinic, as well our front office, lobby, and classroom areas. Quality Care and Sustainability volunteers do not work directly with wildlife, but without them animal care would simply not be able to function! Daily tasks may include laundry, cage cleaning, sweeping/mopping animal care and front-end areas, recycling, composting, and diet preparation.
-Must be at least 14 years of age
-Must be able to commit to at least one 3-hour shift per week for a
minimum of 16 weeks
-Must pay a Volunteer Membership fee of $28 (This will cover the
cost of training materials and a volunteer t-shirt)
-Attend a New Volunteer Orientation
About Wildlife Rescue Center
1128 New Ballwin Road, Ballwin, MO 63021, US
The Wildlife Rescue Center rehabilitates injured, sick and orphaned native wildlife and releases healthy animals to their natural habitat. Through educational outreach the Center provides environmental awareness, promotes a harmonious relationship with native wildlife, and encourages the community to protect our delicate ecosystems.
The Wildlife Rescue Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit helping people help wildlife. Through education and community outreach, we work to lessen negative human impact on our environment. When wild animals are injured, sick, or orphaned, we provide the expert care they need to return home.
We'll work with your schedule.
1128 New Ballwin RdBallwinBallwin, MO 63021
- People Skills
- Reading Comprehension
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Must be at least 14
- Orientation or Training
- Must be able to commit to at least one 3-hour shift per week for a minimum of 16 weeks