CHARLOTTE, NC – Interested in doing social work or perhaps you are an animal lover? Becoming a volunteer at these animal organizations must be a great choice for you.
#1 Animal Rehabilitators of the Carolinas
ARC is a non-profit organization that helps save wildlife in the Charlotte area. The non-profit is committed to give professional medical treatment, provide the needs of housing and food for the species, and supervise the process of releasing animals to their natural habits. Some of the animals that have been saved by ARC are squirrels, raccoons, chipmunks, and many more.
If you are interested in joining ARC, you can register to be a volunteer hotline. You will be the liaison between ARC wildlife rehabilitators and society. This job will be done in the shift system for seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Applicants with no experience beforehand are welcomed and will undergo training.
For the volunteer requirements and registration form, you can check on their website.
#2 Animal Care and Control
This service animal protection is under the division of the police department Charlotte-Mecklenburg. Since its founding in 1944, AC&C provides a wide range of medical services and support through several programs such as education, intake mitigation, pet management, adoption, and animal health concerns.
To help them with animal protection, AC&C is opening its doors for a full volunteer, a kitten nursery, or a foster. Due to COVID-19, they provide a short-term volunteering program for those aged 18+ years and a minor volunteering program for teens aged 15-17 years old. The requirements of these programs can be checked on their website.
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