First Coast No More Homeless Pets helps people and their pets through our sustainable industry-leading programs, services, and solutions.
Volunteers make a difference in the lives of people and pets. Volunteers have fun. Volunteers learn new things and get that satisfied smile that comes from serving others.
You are here because you have a passion for the welfare of animals. There is a place in our organization where your interests and skills will improve the quality of life for people and pets. Find out what fits you from the list below.
Sometimes families can scarcely afford to feed themselves, let alone their beloved pets. Thanks to this community-driven program, we help make it easier for these families to keep pets in homes and out of shelters. We have distributed more than 1,400,000 pounds of pet food to improve the quality of life for pets and people. You will assist with client check-in, paperwork verification, and food distribution.
An exciting event…a community celebration…. a real impact for both animals and people! You can see the joy on the face of a new pet owner and the magic of a dog or cat as they connect with their person. Preparing an event with 1,000+ adoptable pets from 12 or more shelters and rescues in one location is not easy. At our Mega Pet Adoption events, you can be among the hundreds of volunteers that make it happen. You will help in customer service, set up and take down and so much more.
Together we will work towards a day where there are no more homeless animals.
We will find a job to match your passions and interests. Let us help you to feel great about an opportunity where you can make the most difference in the lives of people and pets. We currently need help confirming appointments, laundry, mega adoption events, pet food banks and more.
Once a week…. once a month…..one time special events….one hour….or ten hours: All we ask is that you are passionate about the mission and dedicated to the work you do.
We accept volunteers starting at age 14. 14 and 15-year-olds must be accompanied by a parent and 16 and 17-year-olds must have an in-person meeting with the volunteer manager. Parents or guardians must sign applications for any volunteers under the age of 18.