Volunteer: Join CARA’s Adoption and Foster Committee Posted on Friday, 17 June 2016

Are you someone very meticulous, observant with a sound and good judgement? The Adoption and Foster committee is looking for volunteers to help screen possible foster and forever homes for our furry friends.

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You will be working with the animals as they choose from the many applicants who want to be the forever family of our rescues.

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The Adoption and Foster committee is responsible for re-homing the rescues. They play a big role in order for CARA to have more room for rescues. With the limited amount of space, re-homing adoptables will make way for other animals in need to be rescued.

Adopt a shelter pet

What would be your role and what can  you do?

  • Documenting available rescues for foster and adoption (in partnership with the Animal Rescue Team)
  • Looking for potential adopters
  • Coordinating and conducting home visits (by members who are experienced around animals)
  • Arranging the transport of animals
  • Maintaining the fosters data base (excel file)
  • Sourcing funds for the fosters
  • Organizing adoption events

What we require:

  • Basic computer skills and email access daily
  • Good people skills – you will be interacting a lot with the public
  • Preferably with own transport (for meeting with potential adopters and fosters) or knows their way around the metro
  • Strong knowledge in proper animal care

Be a part of the team that can make these smiles happen.

Mocha CARA dog adoption story

Mocha happily kissing her mom

 

CARA Welfare Philippines – Animal Welfare – dog adoption success story – Snowflake

LPB Snowflake goes to her forever family.

Interested to become a volunteer?

Download and accomplish the CARA Membership Application Form.

Email the completed form to join@caraphil.org

Attend the CARA volunteer orientation.

 

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This entry was posted on Friday, June 17th, 2016 at 8:00 am and is filed under CARA Heroes, Volunteer Stories.

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