High school students (15 years and up), military personnel, or anyone with required hours in community service are welcomed and encouraged to fulfill these hours at the Potter League.
For those interested in working directly with our animals, the initial step towards becoming a volunteer at the Potter League involves registering and attending a General Information Session, followed by an orientation class and additional training. However, if your primary objective is to accrue community service hours, there are alternative volunteer duties available. These include tasks such as laundry, dishwashing, cleaning the Animal Care & Adoption facility, and assisting in maintaining the grounds. To engage in these activities, you can arrive at 9:00 am any day of the week. No pre-arrangement is necessary, and an orientation class is not required in this case.
Second chances are important here. We accept court-ordered community service and is done through the front desk at our Animal Care & Adoption Center.
Volunteers perform duties such as doing laundry, washing dishes, cleaning our shelter or helping maintain the grounds.