Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in learning more about volunteering with RESCUE. Please take a moment to review the list of roles below. All RESCUE volunteers must be at least 21 years old. If you are interested in volunteering in one of those roles, please email the contact person for that role.

Thank you again for your interest and we hope you enjoy your time volunteering at RESCUE.

Personal Care Technician (PCT) - This position involves working specifically with the cats in our Feline Care Center. It includes direct contact with our RESCUE cats.  In addition to playing with them and brushing them you would also feed them, sweep their room, change out their litter and some basic record keeping. 

Shifts: 1.5 hours, shifts are available 365 days a year and are split between mornings or evenings.

Location: Feline Care Center (FCC), central Phoenix. 

If you are interested learning more about being a PCT at our FCC location please click here.

Dog Foster Parent (DF) - This position involves caring for dogs in your home while they are awaiting adoption. Foster care is an excellent environment for us to learn an enormous amount of information about the dog, which helps the MatchMakers make the most appropriate life long match. There are certain requirements prior to being approved as a Foster Parent, including completing a Foster Parent Application and interview.

Cat Foster Parent (CF) - This position involves caring for cats in your home when they cannot be in our Adoption Centers. Foster care is an excellent environment for us to learn an enormous amount of information about the cat, which helps the MatchMakers make the most appropriate life long match. There are certain requirements prior to being approved as a Foster Parent, including completing a Foster Parent Application and interview.

If you are interested learning more about being a foster parent, click here

Dog Caretaker (DC) - This position involves spending quality time with one of our amazing RESCUE dogs.  Activites are dog dependant but can include any of the following:  walks, hikes, jogs.  Hanging out at local Farmer's markets, dog friendly cafes, parks, local fairs or sometimes the RESCUE dog may just want to hang out with you on the couch at your house for a quiet nap.  

Shifts: 1-2 hours.  Weekly or twice a month options

Location:  Various

If you are interested learning more about being a DC please send an email here.

Fundraising – This position involves working with a committee of Volunteers who are creating, implementing, and managing fundraising events. For additional information, please contact Jennifer.