Community & Education


There are many areas within the RSPCA where you can volunteer to make a difference in the lives of animals. RSPCA believes that education is the key to changing hearts, minds and behaviours across the community.

 

Education and Community roles include a variety of volunteer opportunities such as, assisting at community action days or delivering presentations to schools and community groups about responsible pet ownership and animal welfare.

Through these events, RSPCA aims to engage and inspire local communities to become socially conscious animal communities.

 

Examples of activities that you can get involved with are:

  • Proactive community activations, aiming to support animal welfare within communities
  • Education visits (Schools and community)
  • Regional community events - Bake sales, sausage sizzles
  • School fundraisers

 

If you are interested in becoming a part of a team of passionate people making a proactive and positive difference in your community, please click one of the available roles below to join the team.

 

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Important information about volunteering with RSPCA Queensland

The minimum age to volunteer is 16 years. We ask that volunteers make a commitment of 3 months, with a weekly volunteer shift. Volunteer shifts are usually 4 hours long.

Please note we are unable to provide work experience or offer any student placements (exceptions being placements organised through university or tertiary programs).

Please read through the list of other volunteer opportunities we’re currently recruiting for and apply online if you see a role you’re interested in. If there isn’t a role currently that suits you, keep checking back in as needs and recruitment change daily!