Volunteer at Off-Site Events for Adopt-A-Dog
Volunteer to help out at offsite events to spread awareness of our organization and raise money.
Youth volunteers are welcome, but must be supervised by an accompaning adult.
To learn more, please "Express Interest" below and complete the appropriate application form/s:
Youth Application Form
Adult Application Form
Volunteer Opportunities for Adopt-A-Dog: Youth 12years +
1. Donation Drive
When homeless dogs arrive at our shelter they are showered with toys and comfortable bedding. These dogs deserve to be given a clean and safe environment where they can wait to find their forever home. By collecting different items from our wish list you are really helping make a difference for the animals at Adopt-A-Dog.
2. Community Service Opportunities
Wish List Collections
Dog Toy Drives
Bake Dog Treats
Make DIY Dog Beds & Toys
3. Dog Tails
Bring your favorite book to Adopt-a-Dog and read to our furry friends1
4. Sponsor a Dog in Need
Collect donations frm your family and friends and support a dog at our shelter. Choose a dog that is available to sponsor and find out what toys/bedding/food he/she likes! Creat a poster for the dog and it can be displayed on social media and at our shelter.
Want to learn more about how to get involved? "Express Interest" below and complete the youth application form.
Help Arc Rockland volunteer groups with the Rockland-Orange-Furrever homes at the Nanuet, NY, Petco and Haverstarw, NY, Pet Value. We need reliable, flexible volunteers to help feed, clean litter and show some love for kitties up for adoption.
This is an integrated volunteer opportunity with our Community Connections program. The Arc Rockland offers services to people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We work hand-in-hand with individuals, families, educators, and medical professionals to ensure that each person receives the supports necessary to ensure that he or she is an integral member of the community.
Find more at: Arc Rockland / @arcrock1. We are welcoming volunteers to become part of our extended family.
Pegasus will begin our winter program session Jaunary 14th and will run for six weeks. We'll need volunteer support for this unmounted, ground-based program weekdays after school and on Saturdays. Attendance at one of our general orientation sessions is a requirement, and we need you to be available the same day(s) and time(s) each week. This is a fun program with lots of interaction with our horses and ponies and a great learning opportunity for our special needs participants.
Our senior care center needs gentle and well-behaved animals of any kind (and their owners) to be pet visitors. Pet visitors are scheduled for an hour to an hour and a half on any day of the week to visit with residents. The residents enjoy visiting and playing with the pet, often reminiscing about having a pet of their own. On the first interview please bring only the photographs of your pet. For the application we require a letter from your veterinarian stating that your animal is gentle, well behaved and would make a good pet visitor with the elderly.
Please fill out the application and health status report (see below for attachments) and send it back to us via email at SRNVolunteers@jewishhome.org.
Health Status Report
We look forward to working with you soon !