1. To set up and maintain a sanctuary (no-kill shelter) to provide permanent shelter for farm animals, mustang horses, and other domesticated animals; to rescue unwanted, abandoned, and/or abused animals; to provide adoption network services; and to provide information on the care and treatment of animals.
2. To research, monitor, and document inhumane or abusive treatment of farm animals, mustang horses, and other domesticated animals throughout the United States and to seek reform when abuses are found.
3. To conduct educational programs and seminars for the general public regarding the prevention of animal abuse through newsletters, news releases, and media presentations.
4. To set up and maintain a self-sustainable living environment for people and animals through agricultural sources such as organic gardening, composting, and alternative energy sources.
5. To provide shelter, volunteer opportunities, and alternative living for at-risk youth.
Investing in volunteer activities benefits not only the organization, animals and many children/teens, but your personal and professional renewal. One of the greatest rewards to volunteering can be the satisfaction of doing the work itself. Members have indicated the following additional benefits to their volunteer experience:
- New interests
- Networking opportunities
- Contribution to a cause
- Creative outlet
- Sense of purpose
- New relationships
- New skill development
- Group affiliation
- Professional growth
- Personal satisfaction
A variety of meaningful service opportunities using diverse skills, experience and knowledge are available to volunteers. Whether your interest is in direct work with the animals, writing, curriculum development, leadership, strategic planning, mentoring, speaking or fund raising, we will help you find a fulfilling volunteer position to meet your needs.
- Gifts of time and talent
Chose which location you would like to volunteer at the top of page!