Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Heartland Humane Society! We offer a wide range of volunteer opportunities for groups and individuals of all ages. We believe there’s a way for each of us to help the animals; use the hyperlinks below to find the option that suits you best:
Shelter Volunteering: Shelter volunteers perform a wide variety of tasks from animal care to outreach, making a huge impact on day to day operations. For individuals aged 16 and up, or youth with an adult chaperone. To learn more, visit our Shelter Volunteering page. Note: This is for on-going volunteering; below you can find opportunities for one-time volunteering, class-required hours, court-ordered community service, and group volunteers.
Youth Volunteering: For youth programs and volunteering without a chaperone, please visit our Humane Education Page.
Group Volunteering: Looking for a service project for your club or office? Click here to learn more: Group Volunteering.
Exam Volunteering: Heartland has partnered with LBCC and OSU to provide clinic hours for pre-vet and vet tech students. Hours available on a first come, first serve basis. To get started, please fill out the Exam Room Application.
Short-Term, Class-Required Hours & Projects: If you need volunteer hours for a school project, application, or other short term reason, please contact the volunteer coordinator directly.
Volunteering at the Thrift Shop: Want to make a big impact on the homeless animals in your community? Volunteer at the thrift shop and help earn 25% of Heartland’s annual budget! Fill out an application and the Thrift Shop Manager will contact you to schedule an orientation and training.
Fostering: Please visit our Fostering page for more information and the application.
Court-Ordered Community Service: If you need hours for court-ordered community service, please fill out the application.
Questions? Contact the Volunteer Coordinator. Email is preferred.
Hannah Agnew-Svoboda; firstname.lastname@example.org; (541) 757-9000, ext 104