What It Entails
With over 600 animals, there is always a lot of work at the sanctuary and it gets even busier as we try to expand and improve the facilities and homes for our residents. That’s why it’s so important for us to get some help from our dedicated volunteers.
Volunteering typically involves physical work: cleaning, building, fencing, digging but we would also gladly accept help from people with specific skills such as veterinary care, fostering, photography, journalism, event planning etc. Please reach out to us through the volunteering form to let us know what type of work you are comfortable with and we will be in touch when an opportunity arises.
You must be over 18 to volunteer or have a parent complete the form on your behalf.
What to Bring, if Working Onsite
We will provide you with all the necessary tools, however please be ready to get dirty, so do not wear anything that you cherish too much. Also a good pair of boots or wellies might be necessary during wet season.
Unfortunately we don’t have any accommodation onsite, so at the moment we can’t have live-in volunteers.