Development Committee Volunteer
HOUSE RABBIT NETWORK INC
The development committee is responsible for all fundraising and events that contribute to the social and financial well-being of House Rabbit Network (HRN) as an organization. This committee is run by volunteers and reports to the Board of Directors. Meetings are on a monthly basis via zoom; all meetings are held in the evening. We are looking for new volunteers to promote HRN’s philosophy, reach, and community engagement. The ideal volunteer is:
- Willing to take responsibility for an idea and run with it
- Able to work independently with little to no supervision
- Able to become an active member of the committee and the HRN community
- Dependable and self-motivated
- Experienced working in fundraising or community events, especially in a non-profit space
- Experienced and comfortable working with a large online community
- Organized and has great communication skills
Knowledge about bunny care or bunny ownership is not required. We’ll teach you everything you need to know.
If you are interested in joining our wonderful committee please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/RhjSHSQkiZzDXB356
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About HOUSE RABBIT NETWORK INC
PO BOX 2602, WOBURN, MA 01888, US
The House Rabbit Network works to rescue rabbits and find them good indoor homes. The organization also educates the public about rabbits and their care.
The House Rabbit Network is an organization formed with two primary purposes:
To rescue homeless rabbits and find them good indoor homes and also to educate the public about rabbits and their care. These activities may include:
- providing foster care for discarded domestic rabbits and arranging for adoption to permanent indoor homes;
- assisting humane societies and shelters with rabbits;
- providing spay/neuter surgery and veterinary care through arrangements with area practitioners;
- rehabilitating and socializing mistreated or neglected animals;
- permanently caring for animals who cannot be placed in adoptive homes due to serious health or behavioral problems; and
- educating the public on responsible pet ownership and humane practices.