Fostering saves lives. Whether you volunteer to care for a litter of orphaned kittens or give an adult dog a break from the kennel, you are making a difference in life of an animal in need.
Want to devote your time to helping animals and families in need? The Potter League offers multiple ways to serve the community and local animals.
Do you have a child that wants to help animals? Potter League offers a select number of volunteer opportunities for kids between the ages of 6 and 14.
High school and middle school students with required community service hours are welcome and encouraged to fulfill these hours at the Potter League.
Get your group involved with animals. The Potter League has many ways for a small or large group to volunteer.
Second chances are important here. We accept court-ordered community service or anyone with required hours in community service are welcomed and encouraged to fulfill these hours at the Potter League.
Spay/neuter volunteers play a crucial role in assisting with high-volume spay/neuter surgery for thousands of pets every year.
The PIN Clinic is seeking dedicated volunteers who are interested in contributing to the daily operations of the hospital.