Volunteering with the USPCA
Volunteering with the USPCA is a great way to get involved with the charity and is a rewarding way to spend some of your free time.
Volunteers are an essential part of the USPCA team and make a huge difference to our work.
Why you should volunteer at the USPCA?
Volunteering with the USPCA is fun, rewarding and makes a huge contribution to the relief of suffering in vulnerable animals.
- Try out something new
- Make new friends
- Become part of a dedicated team
- Develop new skills
- Gain practical experience in using your qualifications and skills
- Make a difference in your local community
- You’ll have a great sense of achievement & feel rewarded
Who can become a USPCA volunteer?
In order to become a USPCA Volunteer you must be 16 or over. Some of our voluntary roles may require you to hold a certain skill or have more experience than other roles.
If you are under 16 and seeking work experience through your school please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability or call us 028 3025 1000.
How do I become a volunteer?
To apply to become a USPCA Volunteer please complete the application form below and state the position or area you are interested in. Once we receive your application we will contact you to arrange a short and informal meeting.
This meeting gives us the opportunity to find out a bit more about you in terms of skills and interests. It also gives you the chance to meet some of our staff and check out our facilities.
If you are successful, you will receive full training and induction to help support you in your voluntary role. Before you know it you will be a valued member of the USPCA volunteer team.
- Volunteer Application Form