Austin Pets Alive! | Volunteer - Groups and Youth
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Group Volunteering

We are honored that your group would like to give of your time to help at the shelter. Group volunteering is currently closed though we hope to one day open this opportunity back up again! If you'd still like to get your group involved, we'd greatly appreciate it. We would be happy to work with you on setting up a donation drive. You can view our current needs here or email [email protected] for more information.

If you'd like to set up a peer-to-peer fundraising initiative, we'd be happy to talk with you more about that, too!

If you are a school or youth group please email [email protected] to receive more information about how you can support our mission with offsite activities

Corporate Experience Day

A Corporate Experience Day is an exciting opportunity for team building while supporting our lifesaving mission. Your company’s employees can help our staff at Town Lake Animal Center on projects important to our visitors and pets, that we cannot complete alone. If your company is interested, please email [email protected] to receive more information about how you can support our mission through volunteering or other opportunities.

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Youth Volunteering

Ages 12-17

We always want to be supportive of teens and kids with a giving spirit. We ask that parents/legal guardians complete an orientation and volunteer with their children who wish to volunteer on site.

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Under 12 Years Old

We do recognize that children under 12 years also want to be philanthropic and that not all parents may have the ability to volunteer with their children, so we’ve created a few activities that kids can do at home or school to contribute to APA! and earn volunteer hours.

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Want to learn more? Visit our FAQs page

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Apr 03, 2024

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