We need volunteers on our monthly spay/neuter transport day in the morning to help check in pets, double check paperwork, and get pets loaded onto the transport. Volunteers need to be at the transport site by 6:30 am. That same afternoon, volunteers are needed to help unload pets and go over the post surgery instructions with owners. The afternoon shift will be somewhere around 4pm for an hour or two. For questions email spayneuter@HATSalive.org or to volunteer please fill out the Volunteer Form.
If you love working with the animals and the public, we need volunteers on our adoptions team to help set up the adoption space, tend to the dogs and cats, and talk to potential adopters about the animals. Most events take place on the weekends, so if you have some spare time on weekends you can help pets find their forever homes. Dog adoptions take place at Denver Canine Club most Saturdays. For cats, adoption events take place during nicer weather at the breezeway at Waterside Crossing in Denver. Volunteers are needed to help transport tables and banners from Denver Canine Club, about 3 miles away. Volunteers are also needed to help care for cats housed at Petsmart at Northlake on a daily basis. Volunteers go twice a day to visit with the cats, make sure they have food, water, and fresh litter, and also facilitate adoptions if people are interested while they are there. With a good base of volunteers, you can choose to do one day or however many you would like. For questions about adoptions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the Volunteer Form.
Volunteers are needed to fulfill transportation needs that will help get animals to rescues, vet appointments, and other places. If you don’t mind giving a critter or two a ride, they are very appreciative! To volunteer please fill out the Volunteer Form.
The sad reality is that feral, or community, cats are almost always killed if they end up in a shelter. With the Trap/Neuter/Release program, we can significantly reduce the number of community cats who end up in the Lincoln County Shelter. We need volunteers to help trap cats, transport them to and from a recovery area, and release them safely back to their community. In addition, we need people who can help educate the public about community cats. Speaking at groups or events, and even going door-to-door with educational materials will help ensure that the cats can continue to live peacefully with their neighbors. For questions contact email@example.com or to volunteer please fill out the Volunteer Form.
Shelter Support Team
Have a passion for working directly with the dogs and cats? The animals at LCAS love and appreciate the work HATS Shelter Support Team members provide them. Whether it be exercising dogs, socializing the cats, providing light grooming and/or bathing of the animals, or photographing or videoing the animals, they need us to help them get rescued, fostered, or adopted by being seen in their best light. For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org or to volunteer please fill out the Volunteer Form.
Events / PR Team
Do you enjoy talking to people? Or calling on various clubs, churches, and organizations to secure speaking engagements? The HATS Community Outreach Team presents information about HATS, its vision, mission and goals to a wide variety of audiences and encourages people to get involved in various ways. Let us know if you’re like to spread the word on a grand scale. For questions email email@example.com or to volunteer please fill out the Volunteer Form.
Marketing is a wide-reaching component to the HATS organization. There are various teams within Marketing and volunteers help the various arms work in a cohesive manner. Some of the individual team within Marketing include:
- Social Media – Learn to use a working, established process to promote LCAS animals to rescue groups, fosters, and adopters nationwide! Must have a laptop or desktop computer and be familiar with Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram! A great way to directly make a difference.
- Photography/Video – If you have an eye for photography or enjoy making videos, we need volunteers to go to the shelter and take flattering photos and videos of the animals so that they can be shared on social media and other websites in their best light. Don’t worry – we’ll provide training and support!
- Web Support – If you are computer savvy, we would love to put your skills to work in the technology side of marketing. Volunteers can help update the website and various adoption websites so that we can showcase the largest number of animals possible.
- Communications Team – Seeking volunteers with experience writing press releases, sending mass emails to the press, using MailChimp, MS Word, and converting documents to PDF. Must enjoy writing, editing, and proofreading. Good grammar and technical skills are essential.
For questions contact Nicole Kenney at HATS.firstname.lastname@example.org or to volunteer please fill out the Volunteer Form.