Help Out At Our Adoption Centers We cannot accept volunteers at the adoption centers under the age of 18
Dapshimni Adoption Center
At the Dapshimni center, volunteers help out not only by taking the dogs for a walk, but also by cleaning the center. Because of the strenuous nature of the work, volunteers only work for up to two hours. There are two volunteer shifts. The morning shift is from 9:30 to 12:00, and the afternoon shift is from 15:00 to 18:00.
Volunteers on both shifts usually start by washing the cats’ and dogs’ food and water bowls, cleaning the dogs’ kennels, and cleaning the cats room. This takes the majority of the time, especially cleaning the kennels.
Then they take one of the dogs for a walk usually for between 40 minutes to one hour, depending on the weather. However, if it is very hot or very cold, the dogs may be walked for less than 30 minutes. The center staff will recommend the walking time.
Volunteers will also play with the dogs that cannot go for a walk due to disability or special care needs.
Twaegyero Adoption Center
In the Twaegyero center, volunteers only walk the dogs. Unlike Dapshimni, the Twaegyero center is small, so it gets crowded if there are too many people in the center cleaning, and this will disturb the dogs too much.
In both centers, volunteers do not prepare the animals’ food. This is because there are many animals who need special care and have specific dietary requirements, which it would take volunteers too long to learn.
Regardless of the tasks they perform, all volunteers play important roles in the upkeep of the adoption centers, and the welfare and happiness of the animals in them.
Ready To Volunteer?
If you’d like to volunteer, please download the Volunteer Application form, complete it, save it as [Your Name] CARE Volunteer Application.pdf and return it to us at volunteer AT careanimalrights DOT org.
Help Out At Events
Most of the events and volunteer opportunities are announced in our CARE Volunteer Community Facebook group. There you can also talk to current and former volunteers to find out more about what volunteering at CARE is all about.
We hope to see you soon.
Help Out By Translating
Being an international organization, we need to publish in English and Korean. You can help with that by joining our translation Google Group.
To join the group, you must have a Google account, although you don’t need a GMail account. You should also be familiar with Google Docs.
We look forward to seeing you in the group.
If you have any questions regarding volunteering at CARE, please use the email form below.