Volunteering with WFF
The Wildlife Freedom Foundation is an All- Volunteer 501c3 non-for-profit organization.
Volunteers are an essential part of any non-for-profit organization. In many cases,
volunteers play a vital role in the success of the organization in which they serve.
Specifically, we focus on the volunteers helping at our animal shelters: a place that does not always have a positive outcome for the animals; except for our sanctuaries! One of the reasons that encourages adults and children to volunteer is our emotional setting where you are surrounded by cats and wildlife. A peaceful place that motivates them to continue to share their time in our facilities.
We are always in need of volunteers to come one day a week to help with feeding, cleaning duties, and socializing our cats. If you can help, please fill out the volunteer form and let us know your availability.
It is a very rewarding experience to watch over the cats, help them adjust to their new living space and hopefully get adopted as quickly as possible. And if you don’t have the time to volunteer, you could become a foster parent.
Our volunteer commitment is an average of 5 hours per month.
That’s so little time for so much reward.
Daily, our volunteers take care of:
- Cleaning all areas
- Administering medications when/if necessary
- Noting the general condition of all cats
- Socializing the newcomers
- Playing and just loving them all
What you’ll get in return is unconditional love. It’s an amazing feeling to watch a cat who had been abused, abandoned or neglected come to the realization that some humans can be trusted, and that life isn’t only filled with hunger, fear and sufferance. We depend on the time, commitment and dedication of our volunteers.