Pasado’s Safe Haven is a non-profit animal welfare organization and sanctuary located in Monroe, Washington, and dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of dogs, cats, and farmed animals.
Most of our sanctuary residents were once victims of abuse and/or neglect, but all are now able to live out their lives in peace and with the love and safety deserved by all animals.
Pasado’s Safe Haven could not fulfill our lifesaving mission without the help and support of our amazing volunteers. Volunteers have the opportunity to work directly with our rescued animals, animal adoptions, and contribute to fundraising, marketing, education, and outreach efforts--there are so many ways to get involved (both on-site and at events) that the interests of just about all individuals committed to animal rescue can be honored!
For more information and to submit a volunteer application, please visit our website: http://pasadosafehaven.org/get-involved/volunteer/volunteer-your-time/
Pasado’s Safe Haven is dedicated to ending animal cruelty. We rescue dogs, cats and farmed animals from abuse and neglect, advocate for better treatment of these animals by society and promote laws and personal choices that eliminate suffering for animals.
At Pasado’s volunteers and staff work together to maintain and nurture this beautiful sanctuary and home to so many animals. Without the support of our volunteers Pasado’s would not be able to give these animals the safe and loving life they deserve.
If you are interested in becoming part of our volunteer team and would like to help provide better lives for the animals at Pasado’s, we want to get you involved. It’s takes a certain level of commitment to be a Pasado’s Volunteer, including an orientation and training within each field. The greater your commitment the better it is for the animals. It is the bonds they form, the care they receive, and the hard work of you, the volunteer, that will help these animals find new homes and live out happy lives.
Pasado’s works tirelessly on behalf of animals. Our programs include:
Sanctuary: Providing sanctuary and rehabilitation to dogs, cats and farmed animals who have suffered from abuse or neglect.
Animal Cruelty Investigation & Rescue: Investigating and exposing cases of animal cruelty, while serving as a resource to law enforcement and animal control.
Advocacy: Advocating for stronger laws to protect animals and promote the enforcement of existing laws.
Education: Educating the public about animal cruelty and what can be done to help end animal suffering.
Spay/Neuter: Ending companion animal homelessness through targeted spay/neuter, foster, adoption, and education programs.