There are many ways for individuals of all ages to volunteer time and talent, including as a volunteer for one-time events such as community events or work days, in the woods as a Mentor-in-Training, on one of our Board Committees or as a Board Member.

Want to share their love of nature and learn more about mentored nature connection as a Mentor-in-Training

These sessions support additional goals within the horsemanship class framework. Sessions are planned with the trainer and parents or guardians to address individual special needs for the Rancher. We have had much success supporting kids with Autism, ADHD, anxiety and working through grief and loss. We have 2 or more camps during the year. Our…

CAT is celebrating its 5th anniversary this year by holding a “Furball Fair” at Castle Hill Cider on May 7th, from 12-4PM. This is our largest event of the year, and we need help with event setup from 10am-12pm and tear-down from 3:45-5:15pm. (Items to be setup/tore-down include: tables, chairs, tents, and decorations.)

One of the biggest ways that volunteers help Autism Sanctuary is through outdoor work like trail maintenance. This type of volunteer work typically involves trimming any stray branches or vines, removing growth that is too close to the trail path, and raking the trail to ensure that it remains smooth. We recommend that volunteers bring…

Want to build a HOWS Project Dog (or Cat) House for a critter in your neighborhood? Maybe you want to build a house for HOWS Project to deliver to a dog on our list? Or perhaps you’re driven to start a project like ours in your community? HOWS Project can help by providing you with…

Sometimes our clients need assistance transporting their dogs to medical appointments, spay/neuter appointments, or grooming appointments. Sometimes a HOWS dog is surrendered to HOWS Project, and we need help transporting him to the next stop on his journey. Whatever the reason, we find ourselves in need of critter transporters on a fairly regular basis. If…

We travel as a team and deliver HOWS Project Dog Houses and other essential supplies like no-tip water buckets, stainless steel food bowls, straw or pine bedding, plus lots more to the many on our list. Be a part of what is often a game-changing day for the dogs we visit.

Several times during the year we gather to erect a fence for a lucky HOWS dog who will be chained no more! These un-chained dogs “zoom” around their new spaces, overcome with their new-found sense of freedom. You can be a part of the “zoomies”; no experience necessary. Come build a fence with us!

We often need assistance getting dog houses or lumber or fencing materials from Point A to Point B. If you have a truck, van, or trailer and would like to help us move “the big stuff” around, that would be awesome.

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