Pet Food Pantry - Donation Drive Host
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the St. Augustine Humane Society! We want every pet to have the chance to live happy, healthy lives with their loving families. Our programs and resources are designed to fight against the most common reasons pets are relinquished to shelters. By providing these lifesaving resources to the community, we are able to help reduce the need for animals to enter shelters, helping end needless euthanasia.
What is the Donation Drive Host position?
The Donation Drive Host is essential to the success of our Pet Food Pantry. Because the inability to purchase pet food and other supplies due to economic hardship is one of the main reasons pets are relinquished to shelters, our Pet Food Pantry provides pet food and other necessary supplies to families who are struggling financially and would otherwise be unable to care for their pets. Donation Drive Hosts put on donation drives to ensure our Pet Food Pantry is always stocked so these pets have the supplies they need.
Do I have the qualifications needed to become a Donation Drive Host?
The best Donation Drive Hosts are concerned for the wellbeing of animals and want to ensure that every pet stays with their loving families instead of being relinquished to an animal shelter. If you are able to work on your own, have good time management skills, and are organized, you will be an effective Pet Food Drive Host.
How much time must I commit as a Donation Drive Host?
Though there are many ways to host a successful donation drive, most volunteers do so by hosting collections in their neighborhoods. The time to host a donation drive depends on the goals you set and how much time you are willing to put into the drive. We give hours for this program based on the amount of supplies collected.
What are the responsibilities of the Donation Drive Host?
- Determine timeframe and location for your donation drive
- Advertise your event
- Collect donations from everyone you have solicited
- Ensure that all donations are unopened and in their original, sealed packaging
- Schedule time to drop off donations with Volunteer Program Manager
Our mission. The St. Augustine Humane Society promotes healthy, responsible, lifelong pet ownership by serving the medical and rehabilitative needs of companion animals in our community. Our programs are designed to strengthen human-pet relationships and reduce the need for pets to enter shelters. Our goal is to ensure all pets have access to quality veterinary care, prevent overpopulation, and prevent animal suffering.
For more information, please visit www.staughumane.org.
This activity generally occurs on
- Monday - All Day
- Tuesday - All Day
- Wednesday - All Day
- Thursday - All Day
- Friday - All Day
- Saturday - All Day
- Sunday - All Day