Current Volunteer Opportunities

Please view all of our currently available volunteer positions below! If you find one that you are interested in, scroll to the bottom of this page to start the volunteer application process.

Animal Care Team

Our Animal Care Team is designed to support the daily care of the animals at Humane Society of Boulder Valley. Volunteers in this program provide care for shelter dogs through kennel cleaning and other cleaning tasks. This role is physically demanding. Volunteers should be capable of bending, scooping, lifting and standing for extended periods of time. Please click on the button to view the full service description.

Age Requirement: You must be at least 15 years old to volunteer with the Animal Care Team.
Commitment: The Animal Care Team does not require a long-term commitment.
Training: Volunteers receive on the job training with Animal Care Team staff members.
Scheduling: Shifts are available seven days a week: Monday-Friday shifts from 8:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-3pm, and Saturdays & Sundays from 7:30am-11:30am and 1pm-3pm. Shifts will be scheduled with our Animal Care Team staff members.

Facilities Volunteers

Facilities volunteers support the work of our Facilities Manager to keep HSBV’s property, building, and everything inside it functioning and in good condition. Volunteers should have some sort of maintenance experience, enjoy manual projects, and be comfortable working independently or in a small group. Please click on the button to view the full service description.

Age Requirement: You must be at least 18 years old to volunteer with Facilities.
Commitment: Weekly, or according to assignment.
Training: Orientation and safety training provided by the Facilities Manager after acceptance into the volunteer program.
Scheduling: Shift days and times will be determined directly with the Facilities Manager. Weekend shifts are not available at this time.

Please note, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley requires background checks of all volunteers who are 18 years of age or older. As part of the volunteer application process, we require a volunteer fee to help offset the costs of administrative processing, background check fees and other costs that leave a footprint in our finances so more can go toward animal care.