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ORGANIZATION: RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations

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RedRover Responders volunteer in Minot
A RedRover Responders volunteer provides loving care to an evacuated animal.

Join the RedRover Responders volunteer team!

Take RedRover's online training to become a RedRover Responders volunteer!

RedRover Responders volunteers provide care and sheltering for animals during natural disasters, cruelty and neglect cases. We also need volunteers for vaccine clinics and special projects like helping to unchain dogs. RedRover’s 4,000 trained volunteers come from across the United States and Canada.

Once you complete the online training, you will be placed on our email list and will begin to receive deployment requests as the need arises.

While deployed to a temporary emergency animal shelter, the typical work may be:

- Set up and dismantle an emergency shelter for animals displaced by disaster or rescued from cruelty
- Walk, groom and socialize the animals
- Feed animals and clean cages
- Organize supply donations
- Reunite animals with caregivers
- Assist with veterinary care

This is a free training. Register here:

More opportunities with RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations

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About RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations


PO Box 188890, Sacramento, CA 95818, US

Mission Statement

RedRover, formerly known as United Animal Nations, was founded in 1987. We work to strengthen the bond between people and animals with a commitment to help, shelter and connect suffering animals with people who care.


RedRover staff and volunteers provide soft hands and warm hearts when animals and people are in need, crisis and pain. We bring animals out of crisis and into care, and discover new ways to strengthen the common bond between people and animals through three main programs.

  • RedRover Responders
    Our trained volunteers shelter animals displaced by natural disasters and reconnect them to owners. We care for animals rescued from hoarding cases, puppy mills and other significant abuse and neglect situations.
  • RedRover Readers
    Through stories and discussion, we help children explore the bond between people and animals and develop the empathy necessary to become compassionate, responsible citizens. Trained volunteers and teachers encourage children to reflect on the roles of animals in their communities and determine our collective responsibilities toward them.
  • RedRover Relief
    Our case managers provide funding, resources and emotional support to pet owners and Good Samaritans so they can care for animals who need urgent veterinary care.


Disaster Relief
Emergency & Safety
Animals, Disaster Relief, Emergency & Safety


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Disaster Relief Care & Shelters
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Disaster Response




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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