You must be at least 18 years old to join the adult volunteer program at AFRP.
AFRP allows children under age 18 to volunteer with the supervision of a parent (both parent and child must go through the volunteer application and orientation process). Fostering a dog or cat at home is a wonderful family project. Students looking for community service hours can get credit for fostering or for special projects or fundraisers that help AFRP animals. Learn more about community service opportunities.
Weekend and evening volunteer opportunities are available.
AFRP asks for a commitment of six months, at least eight hours a month.
AFRP requires a six month minimum commitment from all volunteers. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate short term court ordered community service volunteers at this time.
Some volunteer jobs require training sessions while other jobs can be started right away. The AFRP Volunteer Coordinator will work with you to get you started as quickly as possible.