Without the on going help of compassionate, caring people, we couldn't continue our work on behalf of the animals at Abandoned Animal Rescue(AAR).
AAR relies on volunteers to help us in many different ways. We have volunteere who help with everything from caring for the dogs and cats to answering the telephone and yard work.
Take a look at the opportunities below and see where you might help. If you have at least two hours a week, AAR has a need for you. We will match your skills to the needs of the animals or the shelter from the list below.
Basic Animal Grooming
Office Work-- Aswering Phones, Filing,
Washing Animal Dishes
All volunteers must be at least 12 years of age and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Volunteers 16 and over may volunteer without a parent or guardian, but will need a consent form signed by a parent or guardian if under 18.
For more information on volunteering, or to request a volunteer application, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the front desk at AAR and ask about how to become a volunteer.
Your efforts really can make a difference!!!
Abandoned Animal Rescue
419 East Hufsmith
Tomball, Texas 77375
Rebecca an AAR Senior volunteer helps rescue
a dog we named Vegas, the poor dog had her legs duck taped together.
AAR volunteers (left to right) Jonna, Teresa, Pat- Project Manager, Doug and Debbie Volunteer Coordinator picked up loads of donated dog and cat food, which fed the animals for awhile.
Nellie is a volunteer who is picture with Chester who is a special needs cat. We have had Chester for awhile and he finally got adopted.
Pictured left to right is Pam Dog Health Coordinator, Barbra Founding Member, and Jerry Property Manager. They cleaned up good for an AAR volunteer meeting.
AAR Volunteers Gina, Jordon and Kenzie
I would like to tell you about a tremendous opportunity for you and your family to give back. My children and I volunteer every other Saturday at Tomball Abandoned Animal Rescue. It is a NO KILL shelter operated strictly by volunteers. Usually the kids take the dogs out and play with them while I clean out the cages (replace newspaper and fresh water.) It takes us about an hour. There is another section with larger dogs that involves hosing the cement floors and changing water, etc. There are cats for you cat lovers, but I don't know what that all involves (no offense to cat people).
We are desperately in need of some more volunteers due to some personal issues that have affected a few of our regular volunteers. If there is anyway you could volunteer an hour per week or whatever you are available. It is great experience and really teaches the kids alot.
We have had other kids come with us and they always feel good when they leave the shelter.
Mary is AAR's Cat Coordinator she is pictured with Sally.
Debbie AAR's Volunteer Coordinator picture
with Daisy May
Mark senior volunteer who helps take care of the dogs, he is pictured woth Fordes