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STOVER ANIMAL RESCUE INC

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Rescue animals often come from horrific circumstances and may need extensive rehabilitation efforts to deal with trust issues, anxiety, aggression, depression, and other problems. We have certified and experienced dog behaviorists who assist with this as they are able, but need our assistance with their costs in travel, classes, equipment, etc. This is a wonderful opportunity - online due to covid concerns - for an enthusiastic and experienced non profit grant writer and fundraiser who loves dogs to make a difference in getting dogs and adopters trained together!

Contact us to see how you can help!

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About STOVER ANIMAL RESCUE INC

Location:

PO BOX 332, 709 W 4th St, STOVER, MO 65078, US

Mission Statement

Our purposes at Stover Animal Rescue include: 1) to temporarily provide quality medical, daily, and rehabilitation care to needy cats and dogs until suitable permanent homes can be found; and 2) to promote, support and collaborate with all efforts to improve quality of life for animals in our local community, those served by regional advocacy groups, and those animals needing aid through worldwide rescue operations. It is our intent to meet and exceed all regulations and guidelines applicable to our nonprofit rescue organization, to constantly improve the services we provide, to promote volunteerism, to abide by fiscally responsible business practices, and to engage in appropriate fundraising efforts in order to remain financially solvent.

Description

We are a small rural 501(c)3 nonprofit NO-KILL dog and cat rescue in central Missouri. We operate solely with the help of volunteers and public donations - rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding good homes for dogs and cats. Working with local schools, our community, and help from many individuals with similar interests, we strive to promote kindness and compassion in our world.

Animals
People with Disabilities
Seniors

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • 5 to 30 hours weekly
  • self-starter; commitment to voluntarism and animal welfare; willing to stay in daily contact when needed via phone, social media, or email; enthusiasm and teamwork

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