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Animal Refuge Center, Inc.

County: Lee
Categories Computer/Technology
Marketing/PR/Event Planning

ARC is a  501c(3) corporation whose purpose  is to promote the adoption of spayed/neutered pets into responsible homes, to provide interim shelter and medical care to homeless, injured or abandoned animals, to provide community education and public awareness as to the needs and care of animals, to develop an advocacy program on behalf of animals and pet owners in the community, to alleviate suffering animals whenever possible, and to uphold the philosophy of non-euthanasia of any healthy animals accepted to the shelter.

Job Description:

If you love animals and want to do something to help, please consider becoming an ARC Volunteer.  As much as donations are a critical part of the operations of the Animal Refuge Center, so is volunteering. Without our caring, generous and selfless ARC volunteers, ARC could not exist.  There are a TON of things that you can do to volunteer ~ help socialize animals, walk dogs, feed the animals, help with basic cleaning in the cat cottages, make repairs at the shelter, attend events, take photos, and many many more things  To apply, you will need to fill out our volunteer application on our website.

Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekends daytime
Primary Contact: Ms. Amy Sera
18011 Old Bayshore Road
North Fort Myers, FL 33917
Fax: (239) 731-0235
Phone: (239) 731-3535
Alt Phone: (239) 258-1278
Secondary Contact: Jerri Howard
Phone: (239) 731-3535
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered:

Fulfillment, Satisfaction, Make Friends, Personal Growth & Expand Skills

Additional Information:

Volunteering at an animal sanctuary can be a challenging and rewarding experience. Each person is an integral piece for the overall success in our mission to shelter dogs and cats until we are able to find them forever homes. We are also here to educate the public about humane treatment of companion animals and the importance of spaying and neutering.

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