PFA’s Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers are needed to help the staff in our clinics EVERY DAY. Primary responsibility is helping keep the clinic clean which includes: cleaning food and water bowls, cleaning empty cages, laundry, sweeping lobby area & hallway, storing donations, filing and scanning documents.
Shifts are available: Days will vary depending on open hours of clinic.
SpayStation mobile unit
Clayton Clinic: 11am – 3pm
Hillside Clinic: 11am – 3pm or 5pm – 6pm
Robbinsville Clinic: 11am – 3pm
SpayStation Mobile Unit: 2:45pm – 5:00pm (may vary depending on surgery schedule)
Community Cats Team
Cleaning: Cleaning cages and traps
Clerical: Answering phone calls, communication with colony caretakers
Foster Homes: Volunteers are needed to provide temporary homes for special-case animals that may be sick, too young to thrive in a kennel environment, or need to recover from an injury. Socialization and care are needed to increase the animal’s chances for successful placement. Volunteers must have the ability to isolate their fosters from pets living in the house.
Transportation: Pick up and transportation of community cats as needed
Petco Team (Union): Clean, feed, and socialize the cats in the adoption kiosk 9am-11am and 6pm -8pm volunteers needed Monday through Sunday.
Donation Box Management: Place boxes in stores, communicated with the store manager, pick up donations monthly
Fundraising: Volunteers needed to help manage PFA events – Garage Sale, Craft Fair, Tricky Tray. Duties can include distributing fliers, set up, break down, collecting and sorting donation, staffing tables, traffic control, registration and more.
Graphic Design: Help needed developing PFA cards, posters, flyers
Off-site Volunteers: Needed to attend tabling events
Photography: Professional photographers needed to photograph community cats, events, etc.
Videography: Videos of PFA programs, animals, and events
The SpayStation Team
Needs volunteers to help customers with the discharge process 2:45pm – 5:00pm in Lafayette, Vernon, and Wayne.
- Fill out the Volunteer Application. You will receive an email containing our Virtual Orientation materials.
- View our Orientation Powerpoint.
- Read the volunteer handbook and sign the waiver.
- Interview and review of job description with development Manager.
- Attend training as needed for specific jobs.
- Schedule shift with the program/clinic manager.
Headquarters & Hillside Clinic
401 Hillside Ave.
Hillside, NJ 07205
Phone: (973) 282-0890 | Fax: (609) 208-3254
1 Sharon Rd.
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Phone: (609) 208-3252 | Fax: (609) 208-3254
1001 N. High St.
Millville, NJ 08332
Phone: (856) 243-5211
Offsite and Fundraising Events
People for Animals – Social Media Ambassadors
PFA invites you to participate in extending our reach into the community by becoming a Social Media Ambassador. You can help raise awareness of our services and programs on social media and at the same time, raise our awareness of you, our supporter. #PFAambassador
Become a Social Media Ambassador
Ambassadorship is one way to volunteer for PFA – no application required! Simply sign up to receive #PFALambassador emails by clicking below. PFA is active on several social media platforms. We’re organizing ambassadors across platforms through emails we will send to your inbox. We’ll give you the scoop on PFA’s programs and projects and highlight relevant hashtags.
Though your participation takes place online, occasionally we will our ambassadors to join us at one of our outreach, fundraising, or community events. Your participation in an event is not required, we would just like to see you!!
What we’re asking ambassadors to do
In addition to reading #PFAambassador emails:
- Add PFA on your favorite social media platforms.
- Share your stories and what you love about PFA – maybe an upcoming event, a recent Facebook post, your pet or what you’re reading, watching and listening to.
- Use a certain hashtag when we encourage you to do so – for instance, tell others “I am a #PFAambassador” to show your support for PFA.
Click below to view the Kids Volunteer Guide