Are you interested in volunteering for CARA? This will be one of the most rewarding things you will ever do!! There are tons of ways you can volunteer for us. We are always in need of volunteers to do everything from as simple as writing a thank you note, to as complex as planning a fundraising event. Check out all the our options below and contact us today!! Whatever your schedule allows, we have something you can help with. No matter if you only have minutes, hours or days, your contribution is HUGE to us!! We invite you to complete the volunteer form below and get started now! All new volunteers are asked to complete a brief
volunteer orientation. Check the CARA calendar in the "Events" section
of the website for dates of upcoming orientations.
Don't have time to actually volunteer, but still want to help out? You can:
Volunteer to Foster A CARA Pet: A foster home is a temporary home in which our pets can live like they are supposed to live – as our companions – until they are adopted.
Foster homes provide a safe and loving environment for animals in our care that are either waiting for their new families to find them, are seniors and need a more peaceful surrounging or are taking special medications that need to be monitored.
Volunteer with CARA Community Council CARA: The CARA Community Council (CCC) was formed in an effort to gather volunteers from all over the community to support our great cause!
As a member of the CCC, volunteers participate in the following:
Contact Matthew Holmes for more information on CCC at -- email@example.com
Volunteer at the Shelter: The Shelter always needs volunteers to bathe and groom, answer phones, socialize the animals, help with laundry, and assist the Staff with their everyday duties of cleaning cages and kennels. No one younger than 8 can volunteer at the shelter. Anyone under the age of 18 needs to have a parent or guardian with them on their first visit to sign a volunteer waiver. The parent does not need to stay with children 11 years and older but does need to stay with children ages 8-10. Contact Melissa Barthold for more information at -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer for Fundraising for CARA: It takes approximately $1100 a day to operate the Shelter so we welcome ideas and volunteers for ways to raise money!!
Joy is a female domestic shorthair who is about 2 years old. She is a sweet girl who gets along with other cats but is afraid of children. Joy would love to become your lap cat. If you are interested in Joy, please click on the link below.
Solomon (m), Suki (f), and Simone (f) are German Shepherd mixes, about 3 and half months old. They are happy, well tempered pups who are hoping for a home and family of their very own. If you are interested in adopting, please click on the link below.
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960 N. Flag Chapel Rd., Jackson, MS 39209
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This program has provided funds for over 60 animal organizations around the state of Mississippi, primarily with their spay/neuter efforts. By promoting this fund, we are helping animals all over our state. Click here or on the image above.