On 19th April 2013 a group of potential volunteers attended an information session at Cats Protection in Dundonald.
Potential Volunteers where given a tour of the adoption centre and information on the different volunteering roles at Cats Protection.
Volunteers are an extremely important part of Cats Protection. We thrive when we have eager volunteers. It is very rewarding for the volunteer themselves and for Cats Protection.
Volunteers take part in many tasks, such as, cleaning, fundraising, events and socializing the cats. To us, every task is just as important as the next! Could you help us with fundraising in your local area? Maybe with street collections or bag packs? Or do you prefer a more hands on approach to the cats? Would you like to help in the Adoption Centre with the cleaning and looking after the cats. Are you good at socialising and bringing shy and scared cats round to help them get a new home? Whatever your skills we can make use of them!
Cats Protection also hold group talks with schools and extra curricular activities such as Guides, Brownies, Scouts, Boys Brigade, and Girls Brigade etc. We also take on Duke of Edinburgh students to help with their extra curricular activities and we appreciate the many helpful volunteers from this scheme.
This is to help raise awareness about Cats Health so that the cats and kittens of Northern Ireland can live happy and healthy lives.
We thank all volunteers from the bottom of our hearts and hope to see some new faces soon!
All you need to do is contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Cats Protection on 028 9048 0202 for a volunteer pack.