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Furry Friends Animal Rescue Organisation QLD (FFARQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes animal welfare by providing temporary foster homes for homeless pets, adopting them to qualified homes and reducing overpopulation through the desexing of all animals. Furry Friends operates remotely, with animals being carefully placed with volunteer Foster Carers until they are adopted rather than operating a traditional shelter model.
We are seeking wonderful volunteers who can prepare horses for lessons, leading horses in lessons and horsemanship with horses. Not all positions require full hands on horse work, there are assistance roles, cleaning out yards, grounds maintenance, helping with lessons and many more other roles required.
Greyhound Adoptions are looking for Event personnel to promote their organisation. This includes promoting the adoption of greyhounds at organised events, fundraising and general assistance is required at events where our greyhounds are present e.g. markets, festivals.
The Animal Protection Society are seeking a volunteer to man Reception every other Saturday and Sunday 10am -3pm.
Are you passionate about animal welfare? Competent with computer and thrive in customer service? If you are super organised, great with people and have a gentle phone manner, this could be the perfect role for you!
SAFE Kalgoorlie need assistance with baking dog treats that we sell as part of our fundraising efforts. SAFE would like to start selling homemade dog treats online. All ingredients for the treats would be supplied by our organisation.
Providing Foster Care and re-homing service to animals of the Goldfields
SAFE are looking for volunteers who can assist at fundraising events, including sausage sizzles. Helping out at community fund-raising events for animals in the Goldfields.
Wildlife carers shift supervisors are required bring new animals into the centre if required and to work with carers to complete their duties including cleaning cages, feeding animals, washing, hanging out and folding of towels, washing and cleaning floors, raking kangaroo pens. A JOINING FEE OF $25 IS REQUIRED
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