Become a Volunteer
Get Involved and Join the Labrador Rescuers Team

Without great help we could not have rescued hundreds of dogs who otherwise wouldn’t have the healthy, happy lives they do now! We are always in need of dog loving individuals to assist us with the laborious work and dedication it takes to run a rescue organization. 

 

If you would you would like to be a part of this fulfilling opportunity and join our team, please fill out our Volunteer Application so that we can contact you!

Ways to Volunteer 
Here Are Just a Few Ways You Can Lend a Paw

As a volunteer you fill a special niche in our organization, and there are many ways to help! 

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Fostering a dog in your home is a highly

rewarding way to assist Labrador Rescuers

Fostering
Transportation

Many of our dogs need help getting where they need to go. Be their

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Bark, Speak, and help share our cause, events  and new arrivals. Get connected and help out

Marketing

Financial support is critical to our mission and success. Ask about how you can help with fundraising

Fundraising

Have creative skills or ideas on helping us promote our organization? We'd love to hear them

Graphic Design
WebPage Help

We're always looking for tech savy hands to help keep our website up to date and current

Dog Handling

Great with dogs? Help out with handling during our next Labrador Rescuers Adoption Event

Home Review

Join our field crew responsible for home visits and verifying our adopted dogs receive the very best

Fostering FAQ's
Some Helpful Hints on a Highly Rewarding Opportunity

Q:

What does fostering entail?

A:

The foster home welcomes the dog into their home and provides food, shelter, exercise, training and love until the dog finds a permanent home. Fosters speak with prospective families about the dog, and when possible they bring the dog to adoption events to help it find a family.

Q:

Why are foster homes needed?

A:

Foster homes save lives! When a dog is in a foster home rather than boarding we have more space to rescue dogs from shelters that might be euthanized. Fosters find out about the personality and temperament of the dog so that adoptions with families can be based on those qualities.

Q:

Who is responsible for expenses of the foster dog? 

A:

Before a Lab is placed in a foster home we make sure the dog is up to date on vaccines and is spayed or neutered. Then the foster provides the basics such as food, transportation, exercise, shelter, and love.

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Labrador Rescuers is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation (EIN: 81-0646390) serving San Diego County, Orange County, and select areas of the lnland Empire.  Audited financial statements available upon request.

 

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