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Volunteer

Put your passion for animals to work

Each year, around 300 volunteers help us continue to do the work we do.

We have volunteers who help us with dog walking, cat socialisation, and more animal care tasks, but there are plenty of other ways to volunteer for NAWT too.

For example, we have two cafes and three shops that need volunteers to help run. If you have green fingers or are good with tools, you could come and do some gardening, or help with small maintenance projects at one of our five rehoming centres.

We are always on the lookout for people to help fundraise for us, which can be anything from manning a stall at an event, to crafting items or baking cakes that can be sold at these events. Or maybe you have some creative or business skills that could be useful to us such as photography; even if you can only spare an hour of your time a week, you will be making a massive difference to our work.

If you're interested in volunteering with NAWT, please contact your nearest rehoming centre or Head Office to find out current vacancies and discuss how you can help us.

If you want to know more about what it’s like volunteering at the NAWT then read our case studies.

 

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Hertfordshire centre volunteers

Case Studies

Current Opportunities

Berkshire Centre
You never know what you will find in Trindledown Treasures. From clothes and media to homeware and pet items, you're sure to see something you love. Help us sell donated goods to raise money for our elderly animals.Please note that the minimum age for this role is 16.Trindledown Treasures is open...Read more

Berkshire Centre
Help us to keep everything on our site presentable and in good working condition by assisting the maintenance team in their daily routines.Please note that the minimum age for this role is 18.Commitment is flexible and can be agreed with the Volunteer Coordinator.If you wish to apply as a new...Read more

Hayle Shop
Help us to sort through all the donations we’re lucky enough to receive, to ensure we can use them to raise much-needed funds for the animals in our care as soon as possible.Please note that the minimum age for this role is 18.Commitment is flexible and can be agreed with the Volunteer Coordinator....Read more

Hertfordshire Centre
Help us to raise much-needed funds for the animals in our care by baking delicious cakes that we can use to sell to visitors, staff and fellow volunteers.Commitment is flexible and can be agreed with the Volunteer Coordinator.Please note that the minimum age for this role is 18.If you wish to apply...Read more

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