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At Ruff House Rescue, we have very high vet, transportation and boarding bills along with rent and many other expenses. Help us pay for these expenses by soliciting donations on your Birthday, Anniversary, Retirement, Baby Shower, Birth, Memorial Donation, Engagement, Wedding, Graduation, or other special occasion(s) on Facebook. Raising funds around a birthday or other key date creates a natural deadline that can compel people to donate. Two weeks before your birthday, a news feed message is launched, and your friends get a notification asking them to donate. You can start immediately-no application is necessary. Next Steps: -Go to https://www.facebook.com/fundraisers/ -Scroll down to: Raise Money for a Nonprofit -Type "Ruff House Rescue NY", fill out the required fields, set a $ goal, and share, share, share! -VolunteerMatch directions: Please click on the red button "I want to help!" in the upper corner of the page and let us know if you have started or plan to start this fundraising effort. We want to Thank You! We also welcome any questions you have. -When your fundraiser is complete, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Need Additional Information about Crowdfunding? View this page: https://blog.fundly.com/sharing-crowdfunding-campaign/ VIDEO OF PJ & CLOVE (scroll down to the bottom of the page) : PJ had been sober for 2 years and he didn't have a job, he didn't have any accountability, he made the decision to start looking for a dog. A rescue group (Ruff House Rescue) had pulled Clove from a kill shelter. PJ just found a place to live. He got a call from the rescue and she was like, "PJ can you pick up Clove right now?" The first day PJ got Clove she was so scared and shut down, it was very awkward. She just cowered in his presence. And she was very timid. Watch the VIDEO to see how their story unfolds ... MORE INFORMATION: RHR’s website: www.ruffhouserescue.org COMMUNITY HOURS: Sorry, no letter is provided for this opportunity. Please see our other positions below. MORE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Please see below. ******************************************************************** One animal is euthanized in the U.S. every 16 seconds, 4 million annually (Humane Society of US) "If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito." ― The Dalai Lama Our mission is to rescue homeless pets that suffer from abuse, neglect, and indifference. Our goal is to create awareness of the epidemic of homeless pets and educate on the importance of spaying and neutering, ID tagging, and training these pets. Through our rescue efforts we are both saving lives and cultivating the natural connection between man and his best friend. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AT OUR VOLUNTEER POST AT RHR!!!!
Nova Caeli is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization located in Lewisville, TX. Our mission is to help victims rebuild, recover and rise after domestic violence. We recognize the challenges survivors face after escaping domestic abuse. Poverty, illness and trauma often make re-establishing and recovery difficult. Leaving pets behind adds an extra layer of grief. Nova Caeli is committed to helping families get back to a place of peace, wellness and independence with their beloved pets by their side. We are currently looking a graphic artist to update our logo. Flexible schedule. Please include links to samples of your work in your response. Thank you.
As a volunteer-powered non-profit organization, Ruff House Rescue would not exist without the hard work and dedication of our volunteers. The number of dogs and cats we can save depends on the number of volunteers we have helping us. Do you want to start a Rescue Club at your elementary school, junior high school, high school or college/university? Please join our Rescue!! The super successful Syosset High School Dog Rescue Group on Long Island, New York taught students so much about rescue, and in one year they donated $3,500 and lots of toys to Ruff House Rescue. They also got to help at adoption events (under close supervision). Serious inquiries only, please. Elementary, Junior High or High School Students: Steps: Students: Have your parent or teacher contact us. Sorry, no exceptions. -Parents or teachers who wants to start a rescue club: please email email@example.com -VolunteerMatch directions: Please click on the red button labeled "I want to help!" in the upper corner of the page. If you don't hear back from us within 5 business days please follow-up with an email. University Students: Steps: -Please email firstname.lastname@example.org -VolunteerMatch directions: Please click on the red button labeled "I want to help!" in the upper corner of the page. If you don't hear back from us within 5 business days please follow-up with an email. VIDEO OF PJ & CLOVE (scroll down to the bottom of the page) : PJ had been sober for 2 years and he didn't have a job, he didn't have any accountability, he made the decision to start looking for a dog. A rescue group (Ruff House Rescue) had pulled Clove from a kill shelter. PJ just found a place to live. He got a call from the rescue and she was like, "PJ can you pick up Clove right now?" The first day PJ got Clove she was so scared and shut down, it was very awkward. She just cowered in his presence. And she was very timid. Watch the VIDEO to see how their story unfolds ... MORE INFORMATION: RHR’s website: www.ruffhouserescue.org COMMUNITY HOURS: Please see your teacher/advisor after the Rescue group has been set up. MORE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Please scroll down for more volunteer opportunities. ********************************************************************* One animal is euthanized in the U.S. every 16 seconds, 4 million annually (Humane Society of US). "If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito." The Dalai Lama Our mission is to rescue homeless pets that suffer from abuse, neglect, and indifference. Our goal is to create awareness of the epidemic of homeless pets and educate on the importance of spaying and neutering, ID tagging, and training these pets. Through our rescue efforts we are both saving lives and cultivating the natural connection between man and his best friend. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AT OUR VOLUNTEER POST AT RHR!
As a volunteer-powered non-profit organization, Ruff House Rescue would not exist without the hard work and dedication of our volunteers. The number of dogs and cats we can save depends on the number of volunteers we have helping us. Host a fundraiser to gather pennies to support RHR at your school, universities, team, fraternity sorority, office, church, senior center, scout organization, etc. This is a great way to educate the public about RHR's mission, help homeless animals, and help with our fundraising efforts, which are always needed! Major Responsibilities: - Create a name for your fundraiser such as "Pennies for Puppies" - Plan how to educate your audience about RHR's mission - Set a time frame for your effort with start/end dates - Determine how to collect the pennies (nickels, dimes, and quarters are accepted too) - You may also sell other products at your fundraiser such as cookies and muffins. Length of term: There is no minimum amount of time required. You can start immediately. Qualifications: Communication skills COMMUNITY HOURS: Sorry no letter is provided for this opportunity. See below for how you can get community service hours with our other positions. Next Steps: -VolunteerMatch directions: Click on the red button labeled "I want to help!" in the upper corner of the page and -Include in your comments: When you will start this fundraising effort, A description about you/your organization, Whether you need any assistance from us (pamphlets, promotional materials, etc.), and Any question(s) -We can provide guidance and promotional materials. Please just let us know (email@example.com). -When completed with your fundraiser please email us at (firstname.lastname@example.org). We want to Thank You! -Please mail a check/money order to: Ruff House Rescue, PO Box 365, Oceanside, NY 11572 or click on the "DONATE TO THIS ORGANIZATION" button located in the upper portion of this page. VIDEO OF PJ & CLOVE (scroll down to the bottom of the page) : PJ had been sober for 2 years and he didn't have a job, he didn't have any accountability, he made the decision to start looking for a dog. A rescue group (Ruff House Rescue) had pulled Clove from a kill shelter. PJ just found a place to live. He got a call from the rescue and she was like, "PJ can you pick up Clove right now?" The first day PJ got Clove she was so scared and shut down, it was very awkward. She just cowered in his presence. And she was very timid. Watch the VIDEO to see how their story unfolds ... MORE INFORMATION: RHR’s website - www.ruffhouserescue.org COMMUNITY HOURS: Letter ONLY provided for some In-person Opportunities BUT if you do a "drive" for Kennel Supplies, Start a "RHR Dog Rescue Club" and help our mission (with Baked Goods Sales, Monies/Pennies for RHR Fundraiser, or Wear Jeans or PJs for A Day) or a Garage |Tag Sale at your school | church |community center you could have someone LOCAL to you be a Coordinator of your hours. Also see the " Exercise + ResQWalk" or "Exercise + Wooftrax" volunteer opportunities where your time and distance exercised is recorded on the cell phone application. Scroll down to see these opportunities. MORE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Please see below. ********************************************************************* One animal is euthanized in the U.S. every 16 seconds, 4 million annually (Humane Society of US). "If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito." The Dalai Lama Our mission is to rescue homeless pets that suffer from abuse, neglect, and indifference. Our goal is to create awareness of the epidemic of homeless pets and educate on the importance of spaying and neutering, ID tagging, and training these pets. Through our rescue efforts we are both saving lives and cultivating the natural connection between man and his best friend. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AT OUR VOLUNTEER POST AT RHR!
This fundraising coordinator will be in charge of setting up in-person fundraisers, for example: bar hop fundraisers, shopping fundraisers with Stella and Dot/LulaRoe, fundraising/networking events at local bars/restaurants like Hennessey’s Happy Hour, Photos with Santa, etc. This volunteer should be creative and comfortable working with a team! Must have regular computer access and approximately 5-10 hours per week to dedicate.
This volunteer generates ideas and leads events for educating the public about the plight of the rescue dog and the benefits of adoption on the overall community, and works on ways to dispel myths on rescue animals and misunderstood breeds, including Pit Bull types, Dobermans, Rottweilers, German Shepherds, etc. This coordinator will work with both the foster and events teams to set up events like "Kissing booths" and "Meet a bully" days, get education collateral distributed at all of STAR's exposure events, and determine new and fun ways to get our message out. The role will also involve educating current and future dog owners on responsible dog ownership including but not limited to, the importance of spaying and neutering, microchipping, licensing pets, etc. This is a new department, and the ideas, structure, and plans can largely be established by the coordinator we bring into it. Someone local is preferred. Average volunteer time is 5-10 hours per week.
This experienced volunteer plans, implements, and follows up with fundraisers while working as a team. This may also include overseeing ongoing fundraisers put on by other volunteers and being in charge of crafting online fundraisers (youcaring, etc) as needs arise. This person would work as part of a team and must have compelling writing skills. Regular computer access required and approximately 8-10 hours per week.
Seeking volunteers who are capable of writing articles (short and long) on the topic of wildlife conservation, that we can then publish on our website and social media pages. We are looking at attracting donors and grow our membership for our work to help endangered wildlife, working with communities in human-wildlife conflict zones. We will ensure that you get full recognition as the writer, so you can grow your resume and work history. And this would allow you to help a great organization trying to do good in the world.
Volunteer willing to help us write great emails that allow us to grow our website membership and promote fundraising fr our projects. Needs to be someone who is self-driven, positive, who can take existing content and create mass emails to attract new members and donors for our non-profit. We help save endangered species and work with local communities in countries like Rwanda and Uganda t prevent poaching and the use of wire snares.
Your Service Dog Inc has an opportunity available for a Certified Public Accountant. This volunteer position will involve occasional hours per month. Candidates should have experience on working with accounting practices as well as being a CPA. Thank you!
Description The Assistant to the Assistant Executive Director plays an important role at Your Service Dog Inc. The Assistant to the AED provides administrative support to the Assistant Executive Director. Qualifications Excellent communication skills Experience with Google Docs Must have a Facebook account Your Service Dog Inc would love to have you on board!
Your Service Dog Inc 501c3 nonprofit is in need of fundraisers to help us fund our Programs and the organization. If you choose to fund-raise for us, you will be part of an Awesome Team of Volunteers making a difference in the world we live in, by helping us provide programs for our disabled and Military Veterans and First Responders. --- You will also be helping us finance our BookGift Program, which, to the extent funds permit, provides training Books to those who wish to Owner train or give a refresher training course to to their Service Dog. We also provide, at no cost to the disabled applicant, fully trained Service Dogs (when funds permit) and partially Trained Service Dog Prospects who have completed the Prospect Evaluation Course at Your Service Dog School, and who are deemed suitable Service Dog in Training Prospects. --- Our Service Dog in Training Prospects go on to complete the Basic Foundation Skills course in your Service Dog School tuition free to the Handler who is paired with one of our Program dogs. We are in need of funds to continue to supply these much needed services. Please contact us if you can help us fund-raise for Your Service Dog Inc. Facebook access is highly recommended. Thank you!
Job Description Position Title: Event Coordinator Position Summary: Supports the success of the fundraising and awareness events. Works with staff and volunteer leadership to assist with planning, coordinating, and implementing events designed to raise funds for and to promote community awareness of Safe Place for Pets programs and services. Reports directly to the Chair of the Marketing and Events Committee. Responsible for proactively seeking out events that would be successful for our demographic and supporters, while implementing event details to meet an established fundraising or attendance goal. Tasks include: Assists with planning, implementation, and production of fundraising events including vendor relationships, budgets, and event logistics. Discuss the budget and expectations with the Marketing & Events Committee Chair and Executive Director. Oversee each phase of each event to ensure they run smoothly. Debrief events with the involved team to evaluate what improvements could be made, what tactics were useful, will this event be done in the future.. etc. Communicate with Social Media Coordinator to plan event marketing tactics for upcoming and ongoing events. Communicate with the Volunteer Coordinator to schedule volunteer set up, clean up, and event ambassadors for the day of the event(s). Communicate with Website Coordinator to ensure that events are properly advertised on the website calendar/events page, as well as other pages as needed. Communicate with the Executive Director and Treasurer to make sure all vendor invoices are paid promptly. Attend Event and Fundraising Committee meetings monthly. Turn all hours worked into Volunteer Coordinator. An email will be sent monthly asking for hours.
Acterra is looking for app developers that can assist us with app development for both android and iOS. An ideal candidate would be an individual with years of relevant experience that can help develop code and/or app storyboarding. Please contact us for more information. You can also visit our website here: https://www.acterra.org/
Hearts for San Diego is a 100% volunteer-based 501c3 nonprofit that organizes FUNdraising events on behalf of our local nonprofits. Each event spotlights a cause and nonprofit partner, and provides a platform to connect communities and local businesses who share a passion for giving back while raising awareness and support. We will be hosting our first VIRTUAL event on Saturday, August 29th! We are looking for a Videographer to assist us with recording and editing some footage to show during our event. We will be respectful of the CDC guidelines during these shoots. This is an ocean-themed event so we are hoping to get some shots outside around San Diego.
Description: The Community Events Coordinator works in collaboration with the Fundraising Events Manager to create meaningful & memorable events that raise awareness & funds for Ruff Start Rescue. With direction and support from the Fundraising Events Manager, the Community Events Coordinator takes responsibility for many of the details for the events they are assigned or choose to do. Location: Remote, varies based upon event locations. Reports To: Fundraising Events Manager Qualifications: Flexibility: Able to accommodate the various locations & dates/times of Ruff Start Rescue events Verbal and written communication: Speaks and writes clearly and informatively with special attention to spelling and grammar Team player: Serves as a member of the Ruff Start Rescue internal volunteer team, supporting everyone’s efforts to carry out our mission Quality: Demonstrates accuracy, thoroughness and attention to detail Independence: Works independently under the direction of the Fundraising Events Manager; completes assigned duties on time Interpersonal skills: Capable of comfortably interacting with diverse populations with appropriate sensitivity; open to others’ ideas; maintains confidentiality Subject matter expert: Demonstrated passion & knowledge on the topic of animal welfare RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Event Coordination & Implementation: Assist in planning, coordinating & executing events Manage & maintain Ruff Start Rescue’s event supply inventory, prepare event supplies for upcoming events as needed. Return event supplies to storage area following events & restock as needed. Attend assigned community events and act as on-site brand representative Provide direction to other event volunteers & help them with event set-up & tear-down Communication: Maintain consistent & timely communication with the Fundraising Events Manager, particularly when: A challenge or issue arises with the planning of a Ruff Start Rescue event Support is needed Expenses will be incurred by Ruff Start Rescue Reporting on the outcome of an event Information is pertinent to the event or activity in which Ruff Start Rescue is represented Communicate ideas & information (primarily via email) to event staff, volunteers & fosters as needed Time Commitment: 8-15 hours/month dependant on organizational needs Age Requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age Support: Training for this position will be provided. The Fundraising Events Manager, Volunteer Manager and all Ruff Start Rescue staff are available for questions and assistance. How to Apply Send a cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references to email@example.com with "PR Board Member" in the subject line.
Assists the Vetting Coordinator with the vetting needs of our foster animals. This individual would help in the day-to-day conversations (phone & email) between foster families and the vetting needs of their animals. No veterinary experience is necessary. We will provide support and the necessary guidance. Common tasks/duties include; tracking vetting due on animals in rescue & spay/neuter on adopted puppies & kittens, maintain a tracking list of needed spay/neuters, track last vaccination dates, track when frontline and heartguard is due. http://www.ruffstartrescue.org/info/display?PageID=8745
Every potential foster and adopter must pass a Home Visit before an adoption/fostering. This helps us ensure the animal is the right fit for the new family as well as ensuring that our rescue animals are being placed into the best environment possible for their individual needs. Unfortunately, rescue animals are often passed around from shelter to shelter or sometimes worse and may come to us malnourished, neglected and sometimes abused. One of the most important things we can do for these animals is to triple check and be certain that we are not sending them into another situation that makes them uncomfortable. Home Visits are a quick and easy task but are one of the most important things we do as a rescue. You will meet tons of great people and fellow animal lovers and may make many new friends in the process.
We are looking for people with formal, professional grant writing experience to help our non-profit cat sanctuary with its fundraising efforts. We are flexible on schedules as long as submission deadlines are met.
Our Story What is home? Is it four walls? Or can it be built in the heart of a loved one? What if that heart belonged to someone with four paws? Home means different things to different people - to some it's the physical structure, and to others, it is the relationships they hold closest to their hearts. At My Dog is My Home, we believe home is a combination of the two. We envision equitable access to home for all families. To this end, My Dog is My Home’s mission is to increase access to shelter and housing for people experiencing homelessness with animals. By securing their ability to maintain their most important relationships and find adequate shelter, we ensure every family’s right to a home. By using a capacity-building approach, we promote the creation of systematic, macro-level responses to homelessness and animal companionship. We do this through the following programming model: Share stories. Share Data. Change Systems. Change Lives. About This Position My Dog Is My Home is seeking an Executive Director to work in partnership with the Board of Directors to support the organization and work of our 100% volunteer staff. About You You are a highly motivated, creative individual with experience and a passion for connecting with people. You care about social issues related to people and animals. You have excellent leadership skills. Location: New York City, Los Angeles or Remote based in the USA Reports to: MDIMH Board of Directors Job Type: Volunteer The Executive Director’s Key Responsibilities: The ED is responsible for the oversight of all of My Dog Is My Home activities, operations, and programs nationally. ● On a day-to-day basis, manage and direct the business of the organization including overseeing program operations in conjunction with volunteer staff. ● Work with the My Dog Is My Home Board of Directors to ensure financial well-being and legal compliance of organization. ● Serve as the lead fundraiser (in partnership with the My Dog is My Home board of directors and staff Director of Development) to secure growth capital and financial support from foundations, individuals, and community partners ● Publicly represent My Dog is My Home in academic, social service, community, and government sectors -- including writing and speaking at conferences and seminars ● Design and oversee new programs to promote the successful implementation of co-sheltering and other initiatives to prevent and end street homelessness for people with animals ● Recruit individual and community partners and manage ongoing relationships including technical assistance partners and programmatic partners ● Facilitate the development of content and learning opportunities for members of the My Dog Is My Home network and beyond in conjunction with the staff H.R. Coordinator ● Work with the board of directors to set goals, objectives, and internal processes for My Dog Is My Home’s strategic growth ● Grow and lead the My Dog Is My Home staff to meet the organization's goals Desired Skills and Experience ● Prior experience in homeless services ● Prior experience with animal welfare organizations ● Strong track record managing a team, department, or organization with focus on creating equitable and sustainable systems ● Entrepreneurial mindset and excels working in a startup environment ● Demonstrated passion for social change and bringing awareness to intersecting issues ● Experience in fundraising and working in collaboration with a board of directors ● Degree in relevant field such as social work, animal welfare, social policy, homelessness, poverty, etc. Professional Level Managerial Minimum Education Required Bachelors How to Apply Please send your resume and cover letter to Ann English, MDIMH Board of Director, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. People of color, women, individuals who have experienced homelessness, formerly incarcerated people, LGBTQ individuals, and progressive visionaries are encouraged to apply. Equal Opportunity Statement: We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and that enables each of us to realize our potential. Our work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of races, ethnicities, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, beliefs, religions, faiths and ideologies, cultures, socio-economic backgrounds and levels of physical ability. My Dog is My Home does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of these identities in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services.
Free-roaming cats are a huge problem throughout the US. About 80% of cats entering kill shelters are euthanized. There are grants for targeted TNR programs and free-roaming cats, which we have applied for and are awaiting a response. There are a lot of low-income peope who need help and there are grants for them too. You help is needed to write grant proposals to help us stop the killing of healthy, adoptable cats. We currently have two vet clinics we work with for sterilizing the cats and raise funds to reduce the surgery costs. We have sponsored more than 1,400 cats for low cost spay/neuters in our area and need to do much more. We also need help in adoptions of the cats in shelters in our area ad ideas are welcom. You can work from your home.
Hope Reins needs assistance in securing funding for 20 children and youth to be able to attend its programs this summer and fall who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
Making Dallas a No-Kill city is a big job and as a volunteer-based organization, we need a lot of great volunteers to do it. As a Grant Writer, you'll assist the Executive Leadership of Dallas Pets Alive! with researching and writing applications for grants in order to achieve our fundraising goals and provide opportunities for organizational growth. To be considered, please be sure to also complete our volunteer application at https://dallaspetsalive.org/volunteer/volunteer-application/ Team: Fundraising Reports to: This position will report to the Executive Director. Works with: Will have regular and continuous contact virtually or over the phone with Dallas Pet’s Alive! Leadership as well as outside individuals with whom our organization may be working. Contacts with others will require tactful exchanges and a positive, professional demeanor. Responsibilities: Research and identify prospects for corporation and foundation grants (may include updated information on grants for which we have applied in the past and been granted or denied, as well as new grant opportunities) Discuss and prioritize grant opportunities with Executive Leadership Make initial contacts with grantors Gather necessary information to submit professionally written grant applications including budget, statistics, and strategic plans Coordinate as needed with others on Dallas Pets Alive’s Leadership team including treasurer/accounting leadership, adoptions and rescue leads, and fundraising team Assist with any other duties needed to help drive Dallas Pets Alive!’s mission and support our values Qualifications/Skills: Must not have conflicting associations with similar non-profit organizations or business(es) related to animal welfare Must have grant writing experience, this individual will need to be able to jump right in and write Must be a high school graduate with some related animal/rescue group experience Ability to work virtually with access to telephone, email and internet Must have awareness of deadlines and the ability to multitask and prioritize work Must not have conflicting associations with similar non-profit organizations or business(es) related to animal welfare Dallas Pets Alive! Musts: Excellent oral and written communication skills to maintain professional level correspondence at all times A motivational, can-do attitude to represent Dallas Pets Alive! in a positive manner to our supporters and the general public A problem-solving mindset to handle and diffuse challenging situations in a professional manner A love for animals and dedication to the cause of animal welfare Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per month. To be considered, please be sure to also complete our volunteer application at https://dallaspetsalive.org/ volunteer/volunteer- application/
Making Dallas a No-Kill city is a big job and as a volunteer-based organization, we need a lot of great volunteers to do it. As a Volunteer Coordinator, you are responsible for assisting Dallas Pets Alive! with finding volunteers and guiding them to an opportunity that would be the best fit. Coordinators will also assist with setting up new volunteers to start with us. Team: Volunteer Department Reports to: The Assistant Director of Onboarding Works with: Will have regular contact virtually or over the phone with The Volunteer Assistant Director, other rescue team members and volunteers, prospective volunteers, and the leadership team. Responsibilities: Monitoring the Volunteer Application email account and responding to prospective volunteers Matching prospective volunteers roles that interest them and work with their schedules Ongoing maintenance of volunteer records Supporting expansion of volunteer capacity and engagement, allowing Dallas Pets Alive! to grow and save more animals Assist with any other duties needed to help drive Dallas Pets Alive!’s mission and support our values Qualifications/Skills: Must not have conflicting associations with similar non-profit organizations or business(es) related to animal welfare Must be a high school graduate with some related animal/rescue group experience Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be responsive and communicative A positive and professional demeanor throughout all contacts with others Dallas Pets Alive! Musts: Excellent oral and written communication skills to maintain professional level correspondence at all times A motivational, can-do attitude to represent Dallas Pets Alive! in a positive manner to our supporters and the general public A problem-solving mindset to handle and diffuse challenging situations in a professional manner A love for animals and dedication to the cause of animal welfare Time Commitment: Specific hours are flexible, however emails must be replied to by end of day.
To be considered, please be sure to also complete our volunteer application at https://dallaspetsalive.org/volunteer/volunteer-application/ Team: Foster and/or Medical Reports to: Foster/Medical Director, Foster/Medical Assistant Director, & VP of Animal Operations Works with: Foster and Medical Leadership, Training and Vet Partners. Responsibilities: Assisting with any other duties needed to help drive Dallas Pets Alive!’s mission and support our values They will proactively & professionally reach out to those in the animal services fields to discuss their interest in partnering with our group with the assistance of the Foster/Medical Director, Foster/Medical Assistant Director, & VP of Animal Operations. Must function as a point of contact for our new partners from start to completion of new partnership "onboarding". Document those who have been contacted and declined, including their reason & if they would be open to us reaching out in the future and when. They will also be responsible for negotiating terms of partnership on behalf of DPA regarding any required marketing we must do, the pricing DPA will receive, and any specifics regarding what species, breeds, temperament, or medical condition they will or will not partner with us on. They will check in with the Foster/Medical Director, Foster/Medical Assistant Director, & the VP of Animal Operations on a monthly basis at minimum regarding progress. Maintain notes of correspondence with solicited new partner opportunities. Update global Google Drive documents to reflect changes or additions in partnerships. Qualifications/Skills: Must not have conflicting associations with similar non-profit organizations or business(es) related to animal welfare Ability to work virtually (phone, email). A flexible work schedule to answer new partner correspondences during the work day is preferred but not required. Will have regular and continuous contact virtually or over the phone with team leaders, as well as potential new partners & "onboarding" partners. Contacts with others will require tactful exchanges and a positive, professional demeanor. Will require consistent availability in case of emergencies. Dallas Pets Alive! Musts: Excellent oral and written communication skills to maintain professional level correspondence at all times A motivational, can-do attitude to represent Dallas Pets Alive! in a positive manner to our supporters and the general public A problem-solving mindset to handle and diffuse challenging situations in a professional manner A love for animals and dedication to the cause of animal welfare Time Commitment: Dependent on need. 1-2 hours a week to start.
Hope Reins is in need of a "new look" and updated web design. We are looking for a volunteer experienced in this area to make the website more user friendly, easier to read and navigate, and bring a professional and appealing look to the site that would encourage donor building, sponsors, volunteer recruitment and program participants.
Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue, with locations in Cincinnati and New York City, seeks the immediate help of a volunteer with experience in integrating DocuSign API into websites. For more information, please contact Michael Schaefer, Volunteer Manager, at email@example.com .
We are seeking help to get the word out about our rescue work. All you need to do is subscribe to our site at https://artbar-wv.org/subscribe then when a blog post comes out, you take the link and share it across whatever social media platforms you are on. If you can help with that, please go ahead and subscribe to our site. We try to get a post a week out at a minimum. Ask your friends to help us out too. We are a small, rural animal rescue located in southwestern West Virginia. It's one of the poorest counties in the state and the animals have it rough here. We need help with fundraising and networking our animals to rescues in northeastern states. This site doesn't let us embed links, so you'll have to copy and paste this link into your browser to get to our subscribe page. https://artbar-wv.org/subscribe To view some of our prior posts, go to our home page and scroll down below the logo. Lately it's mostly fundraising because animal intake is shut down due to the pandemic. Our founder is a nurse who works in a nursing home so she is staying away from the public as much as possible until things return to normal.
I need a volunteer that understands about Google Adwords.
Want to build your resume, gain real-life managerial experience, and earn academic credit while contributing to a solution to Ocean Plastic Pollution? Clear Blue Sea (CBSea) is a San Diego nonprofit startup dedicated to cleansing the oceans of plastic pollution through research and remediation. We have an extensive student internship program including over 80 participants to date. We have multiple engineering projects to build our marine robot prototype, the Floating Robot for Eliminating Debris, or FRED, as well as multiple research, social media, and website projects. Our Executive Management is performing strategic business activities, program management, as well as detailed daily administrative tasks. Our student projects include 4 marine robot prototyping projects; an environmental sciences policy project; a crowdfunding strategic planning project; and a Web/Social Media Enhancement Project. We are looking for interns and volunteers: To plan and implement Clear Blue Sea’s Mataince and Warehouse program management functions under the direction of our Operation Manager who will provide specific roles and responsibilities defined in collaboration with the CBSea team. This internship spans the 2018-19 academic year and requires a minimum of 10 hours per week, which can be flexibly scheduled. This position is unpaid but available for academic credit depending on the school’s internship program. The ideal intern will be able to provide strategic analyses, top-down planning, creative brainstorming, effective problem-solving, weekly tracking of project status and issues, and timely completion of an immediate Mataince and Warehouse supporting tasks. Here are the capabilities and attributes we look for in our interns and volunteers: Effective technical skills Knowledge of various tools and hardware The ability to work under pressure Problem-solving skills Creativity Attention to details Interpersonal skills Verbal and written communication skills Commercial awareness Teamworking skills. Examples of Mechanical Engineer tasks include: Assessing project requirements Measuring the performance of mechanical components, devices, and engines Repairing mechanical components, devices, and engines Agreeing on budgets, timescales, and specifications with clients and managers Maintaining and modifying equipment to ensure that it is safe, reliable and efficient Using computer-aided design/modeling software Liaising with suppliers Undertaking relevant research Producing and implementing designs and test procedures Presenting designs to managers and clients Testing, evaluating, modifying and re-testing products Writing reports and documentation Providing technical advice Analyzing and interpreting data. Assist in various tasks in support of on-site Office/Warehouse operations. Contact Zane Allen: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for Grant Writers to help us find and write the grant applications.
HAPPI FARM is a unique non-profit organization that utilizes a variety of animal interactive programs to improve the quality of life for children dealing with Down syndrome, visual impairment, cerebral palsy and amputations. We are seeking to raise money to allow these children with special needs to have a quality of life. We need your help to: Raise funds for our cause. Research potential donors to gain insight into needs, beliefs and donation habits to understand how to position our organization to them Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to raise funds for our organization Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve fundraising activities Assist in planning and coordinating events meant to raise funds and coordinate activities of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution Create marketing materials, like flyers and brochures, to be used for the promotion of events and other fundraising pushes. Maintain complete and orderly records of donors and manage regular donor communications Build upon existing donor relationships and form new donor relationships on a regular basis Collaborate with other organizations and groups within the community to build partnerships and enhance fundraising activities.
We need a new website created on Dreamhost. As long as it does not cost an arm and a leg, we can do it. You can created this new website in HTML or Wordpress, whatever you would like. If you do not know how to do it in Dreamhost, we need to contact them and ask them how to get you on that site as well.
Kids Saving the Rainforest (KSTR) is a non-profit animal rescue center and santcuary located in Costa Rica. We are seeking an intern to assist our social media team in promoting KSTR online and soliciting donations. Urgently, someone is needed to put together a virtual tour using video, audio, and photos provided by the staff onsite. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, KSTR has been closed to guests and volunteers since late March. This has left donations as our only source of funds. In order to maintain the facility, we have had to focus what resources we can spare on promotion, especially in video and photos of our animals. But with the remaining staff onsite already working to cover for lack of volunteers, we are seeking outside remote help by creating a new position of Social Media Inter. This position can be done remotely, as the work involves editing/creating video, writing articles, responding to donors, and coordinating with the staff for content. Work can be done from anywhere with an internet connection, as all media will be provided in a shared online drive. Projects will be assigned my the social media team, who will oversee and publish finished work on our website or social media platforms. For more information, please contact Mckenzie the Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com Skills required: Video creation/editing skills and software, specifically splicing .mp4 video files with .m4a audio files into a single movie. Further media may be in .gif, .jpeg, or filmed on iPhone. Access to shared Google Drive will be provided, but you will need a Google account and WhatsApp to communicate with staff. Intern must also be patient and have advanced writing skills, since all content must be properly edited. Photoshop or other photo editing experience is preferred, but not required. Spanish language skills is also a plus. Hours: Very flexible since the job is remote, but minimum average 2 hours/day, but will require longer commitment if given a priority project. Must be available to respond to feedback in a timely matter.
Essential functions of the bookkeeper include, but are not limited to, the following: Performing basic accounting procedures . Recording income and expenses. Providing other accounting assistance and support as requested. Reconciling general ledger accounts. Excellent attention to detail. Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects.
Foster Moms and Dads needed to open their homes and their hearts to rescued cats and kittens.
Website design and maintenance savvy volunteer needed who knows Drupal, and HTML well enough for general website updates and maintenance of content. We need to make small updates to our content on 2 sites weekly and more significant content changes monthly. 20 hours/mo for experienced website designer, for varied website maintenance tasks and content/image/video posting assistance.
Social Media and Publicity Coordinator (Volunteer) Yerba Buena Chapter of the CNPS Mission: To conserve California native plants and their natural habitats, and increase understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants. Description: California Native Plant Society’s Yerba Buena chapter needs a volunteer who can help express our passion for protecting our natural history, educating the public and preserving biodiversity in San Francisco and Northern San Mateo Counties. Duties Include: Help drive engagement with the public by publicizing our field trips, speaker programs, conservation advocacy issues, plant sales and garden tours across social media channels and local event calendars. Hours: 10 per month Skills: Can write persuasively and boil complex issues down to a single sentence. Collaborates well with others get information and share chapter news. Understands our local audience and brings them relevant content on a regular basis. Wants to make the world a more biodiverse place. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE: This is the San Francisco/Northern San Mateo Chapter of the California Native Plant Society http://cnps-yerbabuena.org/ https://www.facebook.com/YerbaBuenaCNPS/
The "Foster Coordination Liaison" (FCL) position is a virtual volunteer role for Guardian Angels for Soldier's Pet (GAfSP) at the state level acting on behalf of the organization and responsible for assisting a deploying "Military Service Member" (MSM) (primarily single and dual military) or Honorable Discharged Veteran (VET) in recommending a potential foster home within our "Foster Home Network" recommending a potential registered foster home caregiver which closely emulates the pet(s) living environment and acting as the liaison between the MSM/VET and the agree to Foster Home (aka Guardian Angel) to care for the pet(s) during the specified time. In addition, the FCL will help promote the organization's mission and purpose within and around the local communities where she resides. This position is NOT responsible for fundraising. May attend/participate in local events as a representative of the organization, or doing presentations when discussed and approved in writing by the National CEO. Each FCL will cover a minimum of 2 states up to 6 states depending on where the FCL resides. For Example: FCL resides in IL or IN will cover both states - FCL resides in one of the New England states will cover the states of CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, and VT.
The volunteer opportunity is modified according to the background and interest of applicant. Tasks may include research on vegetarian restaurants, other research, clerical work, and/or community outreach. Professional skills of lawyers, dietitians, fundraisers, saavy computer users, and others also needed. Students can obtain experience related to writing, nutrition, the business aspects of a non-profit, marketing, mail order, and publishing books and magazines. Projects involving the use of Spanish also available. Applicant should have an interest in vegetarian diets. Volunteers who know HTML are helpful.Please tell us your skills, interests, and time available when contacting us.
The Web Analytics Specialist will support teams across Best Friends Animal Society by pulling ad hoc reports as needed to monitor traffic results to show impact of COVID-19 resources to help support decision making in the short term. In the longer term, this position will create and maintain a dashboard of digital KPIs that can be used for digital team key program elements and help interpret results. This person will work in a hands-on capacity with Google Analytics daily. The Web Analytics Specialist will work collaboratively with the Digital Team and key stakeholders in the organization to provide insights and analysis of Best Friends web properties. They will use Google Analytics to report on short-term metrics that are needed for COVID-19 response, as well as more global metrics that help decision-makers use data to inform website decisions.
This is a virtual opportunity for those in the state of Washington or nearby areas. Pawsitive Alliance, a volunteer driven tax-exempt nonprofit organization, is having an open call for Board Members, especially those with backgrounds in management, finance, veterinary services, working with low income/homeless communities, and animal care. As a Washington statewide organization, we welcome individuals who represent diverse backgrounds and geographic locations across the state. Founded in 2005, the mission of Pawsitive Alliance is to end the homelessness of cats and dogs across the state of Washington by increasing shelter adoptions, supporting spay and neuter programs, and helping to keep pets and people together. Pawsitive Alliance’s major campaigns include large adoption events with 100-200 adoptable animals present and the "Why Not Me?" pets campaign which helps long term homeless animals find their forever homes. Our goal is to connect people and pets for the mutual benefit of both. Our other programs work to provide pet care items to homeless and extremely low income individuals, as well as provide spay/neuter surgeries in areas of the state with little access. Pawsitive Alliance’s biggest strengths are marketing, organizing, fundraising, and collaborating. We work with over 50+ shelter partners, in addition to many other corporate, media, and nonprofit partners, including a full media partnership with KIRO- TV. Since 2005, we have helped over 8100 animals find homes and facilitated thousands of spay and neuter surgeries. The Pawsitive Alliance Board is a group of committed individuals, investing their time and resources to support our mission. Ideal candidates are committed to our mission, able to represent the organization in the community, are ready to engage in fundraising and networking, and bring a well-rounded set of skills to a unique and hard-working team. For more information on the organization, refer to our website at www.pawsitivealliance.org. Please contact Executive Director, Tereza Marks, at email@example.com if you share our passion for helping to end pet homelessness in Washington state and are interested in serving and helping end pet overpopulation.
2nd Chance 4 Pets is looking for a few *experienced* graphic designers who can assist with our projects.
We are working on our year end campaign and looking for help from a LETTER WRITING GURU. We do not need a lot of help and the time commitment is minimal. We have a few letters we would like fine tunes as part of our EOY initiative.
Looking for graphic designers that can commit to 1-3 hours each week to assist with various design projects. PLEASE SEND A PDF UNDER 2MB WTH SAMPLES OF YOUR WORK. THIS WILL ALLOW US TO MATCH YOUR SKILLS TO APPROPRIATE DESIGN PROJECTS.
Animal Help Now relies on social networking to engage in the community and to raise awareness of our program. Animal Help Now seeks a Social Media Manager to manage and maintain a social media presence. This position will be mostly independent and will report to the Executive Director. Requirements: Social media expertise (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest preferred) Familiarity with the language/culture of animal rights Ability to operate independently (though with support) Attention to detail Proficiency in writing and editing Proficiency in image editing software Weekly commitment of a minimum of two hours Commitment to a minimum of six months of service To Apply: Please fill out our Volunteer Application Form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Ku2yEg3QM3kO25dxLw6bH7F6d9w-Vs46H2m5tcX2Qb4/viewform
Bids & Bites is a yearly fundraising event for Basset Rescue of Southern California. Being its Coordinator involves working as a team to secure sponsors, auction items, food and entertainment.
The Basset Hound Rescue of Southern California (BHRSC) must rely on numerous fund raising techniques. An important method is filing for grants. Therefore, the grant writer’s primary responsibilities include the preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities in various areas that directly pertain to BHRSC.
We are looking for someone with past experience and success in writing grants for non-profit organizations but especially those that have experience with helping animal causes. If we are happy with your efforts we will consider hiring you full-time. We prefer someone that has past experience in helping animal rescue organizations and/or vegan organizations. The position will be virtual so you would work from home at your own pace. We have a subscription to a grant database that you can use and if you prove yourself successful we will consider hiring you full-time.
We are looking for someone to write thank you notes to our 2019 donors! It is our most important task of the year- we love our donors! We are small, so there aren't a ton, but we want to thank them!
Do you have a sewing machine and a couple hours of extra time? We would love your support in sewing face masks for Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue to assist with the times we have to have person to person contact (such as for foster parent medical emergencies). If you are out of state, please ship the items directly to our Shelter or donate supplies to a shelter near you! If you are able to help please email Volunteer@rmfr-colorado.org to learn more and get started. To learn more about Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue, please visit: https://www.rmfr-colorado.org/
We are a non-profit registered in the US, however, our sanctuary is located in Colombia, South America where we also a local charity registered. We are in need of a bookkeeper and or accountant that can help us manage our bookkeeping in Colombia. So this person will need to know how to read Spanish. Tasks will include preparing expense and income spreadsheet reports.
We have a weekly newsletter with a template set up. We just need content and links to be added. Should only take an hour every week. We really want to send the next newsletter out right away so please contact us ASAP. https://www.facebook.com/Kids-Saving-the-Rainforest-146280833519/timeline/ Thanks so much for helping us to save the rainforest!
Want to help the Tulsa Zoo recover from the COVID-19 shutdown that caused us to be closed for 2 and 1/2 months? Become a Tulsa Zoo Virtual Volunteer Watch, Like, and Share Tulsa Zoo's Social Media posts including Zoo School, Keeper Chats, our Emergency Operating Fund link, and our Membership Sale for Volunteer Hours. Each viewing and sharing of our special content counts toward volunteer credit hours. Be sure to like the Tulsa Zoo Facebook page or follow our Instagram account so you don’t miss any of the fun! Even if you don’t use social media, be sure to tell your family and friends about our special programming so they can tune in. You do not have to register to view our videos or access content. You can also help the Tulsa Zoo by designating Tulsa Zoo Management, Inc. as your preferred charity on Amazon Smile and supporting our Emergency Operating Fund. Buy a Tulsa Zoo Membership and recommend one to a friend or family member today! These are links to where you can find special, member-supported content. https://www.facebook.com/tulsazoo https://www.instagram.com/tulsazoo/ https://tulsazoo.org/kids/ Email the Volunteer Manager to find out how you can earn hours as a Tulsa Zoo Virtual Volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our nonprofit is looking for a CPA who can assist us in an audit. Minnesota Federated Humane Societies has very simple financials but we are growing and need an official audit to pursue larger funding sources and improve our Guidestar rating. We have 1 full-time staff and two part-time independent contractors. Due to COVID-19, we have had to put more resources toward creating online training opportunities and look for ways to secure funding for PPE for our agents. The quotes we have gotten for an audit are out of our ability to pay and we're unable to move forward in applying for larger grants until we have the audit complete. It should not be a terribly complicated audit, as audits go. We're a small organization but need to meet this criterion so we can grow. If you're interested in helping, please email Dallas at email@example.com. Thanks for your consideration!
Mighty Earth's Sustainable Agriculture Campaign is looking for motivated people to help us prevent deforestation and water pollution by getting large corporations to change their practices. In 2020, our meat shouldn't worsen the climate crisis and destroy pristine forests and water sources. We're calling on Stop & Shop and Costco to stop selling meat produced by Cargill, a company that has driven the destruction of millions of acres of grasslands and rainforests in South America as well as caused water pollution across the United States. Over the next several months, we will be organizing virtual events, working with the media, collecting petition signatures, and building a broad coalition of local groups to hold these corporations accountable and build a sustainable future. This opportunity takes places in New England (targeting Stop & Shop) and Washington state (targeting Costco).
We are a Non-Profit terrific website, uploading a new improved Website within the week. Would love to add a few Pet Products to our site to create revenues. Do a featured product on our home page every week, and then by clicking on it the visitor can view a selected # of products we offer. Can you help us create this? ASAP. We can actually pay you a small amount as well. We would like someone who can help us design and get all the functionality going and teach us 'the ropes'. Would like someone who is available now, with experience. Please reply asap. Thank you for considering this opportunity.
Looking for 1-2 experienced screenwriters to review and provide feedback for documentary scripts. You will also have the opportunity to contribute as a writer on upcoming new scripts as well. You don't need to be produced, but you do need to have adequate screenwriting experience to be considered. This is for an entire season of a penguin-themed conservation show airing this fall on PBS. The tone of the show will be humorous and entertaining, yet educational with serious aspects of conservation worked in. This is a non-commercial documentary series and no compensation will be given, however you will receive writer credit. Writing samples will be reviewed prior to final selection. Thank you!
Use your artistic talents to create and donate an inspiring piece of art to decorate "The Mending Wall". This wall is the back of an 80’ long barn and will be used in therapy for journaling and will be part of a garden that promotes a healing atmosphere. For example during retreats, participants will be given an assignment to choose an item on the wall to journal about. Objects could be a single word, quote, or just something that inspires curiosity or provokes thought. Materials need to be durable for the outdoor elements. The wall will be viewed from 6’-18’ away so small print will not be effective. Prefer positive messages and cheerful or calm colors. Christian themes are appropriate. We currently have items like a stop sign, one way sign, and large key. Pinterest has many ideas. You can email questions and to arrange donation drop off to firstname.lastname@example.org using "Mending Wall" in subject line.