1 | Why Volunteers and Fosters are Important
There is so much work that goes into keeping a shelter up and running. We rely heavily on our volunteers and fosters to work alongside our staff every day to accomplish all that needs to be done. The more help we get from volunteers and fosters, the more we are able to save the lives of animals. Volunteers and Fosters are essential to providing animals the best life possible while they are with us.
2 | Different Ways to Volunteer
Fostering is a great way to volunteer in addition to working in the shelter to help homeless dogs and cats find loving homes. Whether you can volunteer every week, every month, or just once in a while, we have a variety of roles where you can fit in. Let’s get you started today!
3 | How to Register
To register as a volunteer or foster, please click the link below. All volunteers and fosters must register AND submit the one-time $25 registration payment in order to become a volunteer with our organization. The one-time $25 registration fee covers the cost of your volunteer t-shirt along with your mandatory orientation class. This fee must be paid upon registering as a volunteer. If you are signing up just to foster, you do not need to sign up for a volunteer orientation.
*Please Note: We ask that you submit a registration form and a $25 fee for each individual. Each individual must attend both Orientation and the follow-up training session.
Court Mandated Service
Our Court Mandated Community Service Program is completely separate from our regular volunteer program. Volunteers needing to complete this type of community service must be at least 18 years of age. To get registered to do your court-ordered community service here at Texas Humane Heroes, email email@example.com to get started.
Once the court-ordered community service hours are complete, you may follow the steps to become a volunteer through our regular volunteer program.