Pet Food Drive Host

Published

07/10/2018

Time Commitment

A few hours per month

Duration

Short-Term (few weeks/months)

Address

St. Augustine Humane Society
1665 Old Moultrie Road
St. Augustine
FL
32084
United States

Description

PET FOOD DRIVE HOST DESCRIPTION

Our Pet Food Pantry plays an important role in ensuring that pet owners who are experiencing financial hardships are able to keep their pets instead of relinquishing them to shelters. This is a temporary, need-based program, and participants must show proof of financial hardship in order to enroll. Each recipient will receive a half-month supply of food per visit, for two visits each month. Assistance is limited to six months. The Pet Food Pantry is open every Friday during our normal business hours.

 

The Pet Food Drive Host will ensure that the Pet Food Pantry has enough pet food to support our community by hosting pet food drives. These can be door-to-door solicitations, or larger pet food drives held in the community. Because we distribute over 1,600 pounds of pet food each month, this is a very important position to ensure the success of this program.

DUTIES

  • Host Pet Food Drive in the community
  • Ensure that all donated bags are unopened and sealed
  • Educate community about the St. Augustine Humane Society's mission
  • Help bring in pet food donations


REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to work alone
  • Ability to lift large bags of pet food
  • Good communication and listening skills
  • Background check and signed waiver


TRAINING

All volunteers are provided with on-the-job training. Volunteers are paired with an experienced volunteer until they are comfortable enough to perform the required tasks on their own. There is always staff on hand volunteers can contact if they have any questions.

 

ABOUT US

The St. Augustine Humane Society promotes healthy, responsible, lifelong pet ownership in our community. We offer many important services to help pet parents keep their pets, rather than relinquishing them to animal shelters. Some of the services we offer include our high-volume Spay/Neuter Program, our low-cost Wellness Clinic, positive Dog Training classes, and a Pet Food Pantry. We rely on talented and dedicated volunteers to assist with these programs, and to ensure that all pets and pet parents receive the care and services they need. By offering low-cost veterinary services and serving as a resource center for our community, we are able to provide affordable assistance to all, making our clinic the only one of its kind in St. Johns County.

Remote

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Benefits

  • Groups
  • Families

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