They need you. We need you. Volunteer today.
Much of what we do at St. Hubert’s to save animals lives and give them a second chance depends on the help of volunteers. Volunteering is fun and rewarding and it’s also a great way to help homeless animals. Just a few hours every week can make a big difference.
To get started:
Please read our Frequently Asked Questions page before you complete an application
1. Complete an application.
Once you submit the online form you will receive an acknowledgment email; respond with the Orientation Session you would like to attend.
2. Attend orientation
Orientation sessions provide an overview of St. Hubert's services and programs, philosophies and an introduction to the variety of volunteer opportunities. Following orientation volunteers will be matched with areas of interest and needs. Orientation sessions take place in the Community Room at the Madison Shelter, and at the North Branch shelter. Volunteers can attend orientation at either site regardless of the site at which they intend to volunteer. Orientations are scheduled as follows:
Madison Shelter - Thursday, May 28 at 4 PM
North Branch Shelter - Wednesday June 10 at 3 PM
Madison Shelter - Sunday, June 14 at 11 AM
Madison Shelter - Thursday, June 25 at 4 PM
Prospective volunteers interview one-on-one with staff in the volunteer office to discuss personal goals and to determine the most suitable volunteer assignment, based on the needs of the shelter.
Additional animal handling sessions may be required to work directly with our shelter animals.
Thank you for your interest in the volunteer program! The staff appreciates your help and the animals benefit from all the hard work performed by our wonderful volunteers.
If you have questions, please contact our volunteer office at 973-514-5920.