Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed

Become a Community Champion Fundraising Volunteer

 

Dean Farm Animal Sanctuary’s number of residents has grown considerably over the past few months and we now have 108 animals who have a forever home here. This means we have more mouths to feed and more money to find to ensure we can provide them with the best possible care.

We rely heavily on donations from our supporters and money raised from our fundraising campaigns to help animals that need us most and we understand it isn’t always feasible to ask our supporters to keep on donating when you have given us so much already.

Therefore, we are going further afield and taking to the streets to spread the message of compassionate living for all animals and to help grow our supporter portfolio.

But to achieve this we are looking to recruit a team of reliable and enthusiastic volunteers to become part of our community champion fundraising team.

Your responsibilities will include representing the charity at various events such as:

  • Attending Fairs, Fetes and Festivals
  • Taking part in street and supermarket donation collections
  • Manning stands, tombolas and raffles
  • Leaflet dropping

 

If you are interested in supporting us with any of the above activities and can become either a regular volunteer or even if it’s just sparing a few hours of your time then please send emma@deanfarmtrust.org.uk an email with your availability and contact details or call 07376367529 and we will be able to tell you more about the events we have organised.

Our sanctuary is based near Chepstow, Monmouthshire and our events are usually local but we do sometimes attend vegan events that are further away.

You must be over the age of 17 years old and ideally you will need a full UK driving licence and car as our sanctuary is hard to access via public transport. You may also be required to collect and carry leaflets and equipment, if this is the case then business car insurance is essential.

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