Are you passionate about animal welfare and want to make a difference by being involved?
Are you dedicated and willing to make a regular commitment to help animals – animals that have been displaced, abandoned and possibly neglected and abused?
If so, you may be just the person we are looking for to become an RSPCA NSW Volunteer.
Volunteers are an integral part of the RSPCA NSW team and play an active part in supporting our work to improve the welfare of animals and protect them from cruelty and neglect. Volunteering involves dedication, commitment and passion. It is a great way to meet new people and be directly involved in the animal welfare cause.
There are many volunteer roles available; some involving contact with animals, while others provide support without direct contact with animals. Opportunities exist to assist with animal care, administration, events, customer service and local community fundraising (roles available may differ between shelters and branches).
Please click on a link below for further information.
Volunteers are an integral part of the RSPCA movement and we consider them to be an invaluable part of our team. Find out how you can volunteer your time at the RSPCA Care Centre Rouse Hill & Tuggerah.
Volunteer at one of RSPCA NSW's 11 Shelters, which provide comfort, accommodation and the best possible care to surrendered, neglected, abandoned, sick or injured animals.
Volunteer branches are the backbone of the RSPCA's work in regional NSW. Each branch is run exclusively by volunteers and plays a vital role in foster care and finding permanent homes for animals, desexing programs, support, fundraising initiatives in their local community - and much more!
Volunteer at one of the RSPCA's major fundraising events including the RSPCA Million Paws Walk. Our events couldn't exist without the tireless efforts of our volunteers!
Volunteer for the RSPCA at local community fundraising and awareness events in your area. Events include fundraising stalls, pet expos, dog days out and more!