Feed and Care for Baby Wild Animals at WildCare in San Rafael
Become a WildCare Hospital Volunteer (For Ages 15 and Over)
Just 4 hours a week can make all the difference. . .
All training provided–learn to feed, medicate and care for injured, ill and orphaned wild animals brought to WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital.
Spring and summer are our busiest seasons, so start your training in January–thousands of orphaned wild babies and injured adult animals will need your help!
New Volunteer Orientations are scheduled for January 26 and 27, 2013 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm at WildCare in San Rafael.
Contact our Volunteer Services Manager at 415-453-1000 x21 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up for one of the January orientations.
You do need to be age 15 or older to join us as a hospital volunteer. Volunteers are required to attend our full curriculum of training classes (16 hours) and then commit to one regularly-scheduled 4-hour shift a week through mid- November (minimum).
The January orientations are filling quickly, so register today!
Visit our website for more details: http://www.wildcarebayarea.org/volunteer
WildCare is a nonprofit nature education and wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael. Every year we share the wonders of nature with more than 40,000 school children and rehabilitate nearly 4,000 wild patients in our rehabilitation hospital. Come be a part of this wonderful organization!