Volunteers keep tails wagging 365 days a year. If you’re ready to make pets smile, follow the steps below:
1. Check out the current volunteer needs below. If you don’t see a position that’s a good match today, check back at a later date. CHS does not keep a waiting list.
2. See a position that interests you? Watch the Virtual Open House video to learn more about becoming a CHS volunteer. This is a requirement before you apply.
3. Watched the video? Liked what you saw? Now it’s time to Apply to Volunteer. Make sure to specify the role and shift that interest you. Selected applicants will be invited in for an interview. CHS is not able to process applications that do not meet the basic requirements.
You need to be 18 or older to volunteer. Under 18? Don’t worry! You can still get involved.
Volunteer Opportunities at the Waterford Adoption Center
Volunteers are needed to assist our Waterford Maintenance team with the upkeep of our grounds and walking trails. Duties will include weed whacking, weeding, raking and trail maintenance. Volunteers are also needed to drive the riding lawn mower (experience required).
Requirements: 18 or older, have active health insurance, be in good physical condition, able to work independently with limited supervision, able to follow verbal and written instructions and effectively communicate with staff and other volunteers, able to work outside in varying weather conditions.
Commitment: 2-3 hours per week on a set schedule for at least 4 months. This is a seasonal position.
Open Shifts: Daily between 9AM and 5PM
Lawn Mowers needed on Thursdays and Fridays for 4 hour shifts.
The Waterford adoption center needs volunteers to join the Germ Busters team. Volunteers help control the spread of harmful diseases by working to keep the building clean and disinfected. Duties may include cleaning cat cages or dog kennels, sweeping, washing floors and walls, etc.
Requirements: 18 or older, have active health insurance, comfortable working around all types of animals, be in good physical condition, able to work independently with limited supervision, able to follow verbal and written instructions and able to effectively communicate with staff and other volunteers.
Commitment: 2 hours per week on a set schedule for at least 6 months