Volunteer With Us

Join our team of dedicated volunteers and make a difference in the lives of dogs in need.

Apply to Volunteer

What You Get Out of Volunteering

Make a Difference

As a volunteer, you can experience the rewarding feeling of positively impacting the life of a dog in need.

Join a Community

By volunteering with Rescue City, you’ll become part of a community of dedicated individuals who share your passion for helping animals.

Personal Fulfillment

Volunteering provides a sense of personal fulfillment and satisfaction that comes from giving back to your community and making a positive impact.

Volunteer Requirements

  • Volunteers must be 18 or older.
  • Maintain a positive and professional attitude.
  • Respect the diverse audiences we serve.
  • Consistency is crucial for lifesaving operations.
  • Any amount of time dedicated to volunteering makes a difference.
  • Consistent small contributions are preferred over a large one-time contribution.

Our Volunteer Process


Submit Application

Fill out the form to become a volunteer and start making a difference in rescue dogs' lives today!


Our volunteer coordinator will review your application and contact you to set up a time for an interview.

Attend Orientation

If the interview is successful and you are accepted, you will be required to attend an orientation session and undergo training.

Make an Impact

Start volunteering and make a positive impact on the lives of dogs in need!

Disclaimer: The timeline provided is approximate and subject to change.

Got any questions?

1. What do I get by volunteering with Rescue City?

Most importantly, you will experience a remarkable sense of fulfillment that comes from making a difference for a dog in need. You’ll also become a part of a wonderful community of people, all dedicating their time for a shared cause.

2. What are you looking for in a volunteer?

As a 501c3 non-profit, we depend on our invaluable volunteers to help us save more lives.

  • Our volunteers should always be positive and professional.
  • We always respect each other and our different types of audiences: potential adopters, fosters, other volunteers, donors, and the public
  • Consistency is critical for our lifesaving operations.
  • Even if you can only volunteer an hour or two a week, it makes a difference.
  • We’d rather you help a little each week over a period of time than a lot upfront.
  • *Please note that all volunteers must be 18 yrs or older.

3. What kind of volunteer roles are there?

There are many ways to help our team.

  • People Leadership / Management
  • Medical (Veterinarian, Vet tech, Nurse, Doctor, etc.)
  • Foster / Adoption Rescue Coordination
  • Adoption or Foster Application Review
  • Photography / Videography
  • Graphic Design
  • Website Design
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