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Youth Service volunteer opportunities and Paws for Love therapy pet visitation opportunities can be found by scrolling to the bottom of this page.
Unless otherwise indicated, volunteer work takes place at the SPCA Serving Erie County, 300 Harlem Road in West Seneca, New York.
- Animal Care Department – Cat Condo Assistant
- Animal Care Department – Cat Overflow Assistant
- Animal Care Department – Laundry and Dishwashing Volunteer
- Animal Care Department – Morning Dog Feeding Volunteer
- Animal Care Department – Morning Dog Volunteer
- Animal Transport Volunteer for Investigations and Wildlife Departments
- Cat Adoption Assistant
- Event Volunteer
- Foster Care Volunteer
- Humane Education Department Docent
- Paws for Love: Therapy Pet Visitation
- Petique Volunteer
- Rehome Coordinator
- Rehome Specialist
If making a significant difference in the lives of shelter animals is something you’re passionate about, volunteering with the SPCA might be one of the most fulfilling parts of your life!
Depending on what volunteer position you decide is right for you, you’ll have the opportunity to provide compassionate care for animals, bring pets and families together, and perform purpose-driven work!
Our goal at the SPCA Serving Erie County is to be a diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative of the community we serve in the most effective way possible. All volunteer assignments are decided based on qualifications, merit, and business need.
Help us change lives!
*NOTE: The SPCA is unable to offer court-ordered adult and youth community service opportunities at this time.
Director of Volunteer Services:
Kelly Deschamps | 716-875-7360 ext. 232 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Director of Volunteer Services:
Desirea Mojica | 716-875-7360 ext. 252 | email@example.com
YOUTH SERVICE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Youth ages 13-17 help with various service tasks throughout the shelter as needed and may exercise and socialize our adoptable animals by providing them with valuable enrichment during their shelter stay. This program provides a great opportunity for youth to have hands-on interactions with animals and give back to pets and people in need while earning community service hours and honing job skills. Learn about animal behavior and other animal-related topics, and more in this exciting, hands-on volunTEEN program. This program will resume in Fall 2023. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for projects that can be completed at home for service credit or to be notified when registration opens.
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