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Whether you want to offer your skills as a volunteer OR need voluntary help with a specific project, the World Animal Day Volunteer Platform will help you make a real difference for animals around the globe, with a particular focus on developing countries.

Our Volunteer Platform brings talented and compassionate people together to improve the lives of animals. Examples of volunteering opportunities: veterinary assistance, training local vets, humane education, helping at a rescue shelter, maintaining wildlife habitats, building bird boxes, etc. If you’re an animal loving builder, plumber or electrician and would like to volunteer your skills, there’s always a call for help with shelter maintenance.

Click here to view ALL volunteer opportunities – WANTED AND AVAILABLE

WANTED Volunteer OpportunityWanted 

Sharing your skills is a powerful and sustainable way to bring about change. It doesn't matter how long you are available for – a week, a year! Volunteer and help shape the future for animals. You will be making a real contribution to the lives of animals, supporting the people you work with, and helping the local community as a whole. Such a rewarding experience will also make a real difference to YOU!

AVAILABLE Volunteer OpportunityAvailable 

Do you need expert help with a specific project? If so then advertise on the World Animal Day Volunteer Platform to find those special people. As long as you are seeking help with an animal-related project you can advertise on the Volunteer Platform.

It might be that you don’t need specific expertise, you simply need an extra pair of hands to provide general help and support at a rescue shelter, for example. That’s fine, as there are many compassionate people who would jump at the opportunity to help you simply because they love animals.

The World Animal Day Volunteer Platform is a free service to help improve the lives of animals.  All advertisements are submitted by approved users of the website and published in good faith by World Animal Day.  However, World Animal Day takes no responsibility for the information contained within the advertisements.