Found 94 Animal Welfare volunteering opportunities in Western Australia WA

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  1. Web Designer

    Are you IT savvy? Can you design a website for us? It may help if you are an animal lover too!

    Id:163998
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stake Hill WA
  2. Events and Fundraising Organiser

    Are you organised and creative? Do you love animals? Perhaps you have had experience with events or fundraising?

    Id:163996
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stake Hill WA
  3. Maintenance and Gardener

    Are you a handy person? We need help with general maintenance and gardening help!

    Id:163994
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stake Hill WA
  4. Wildlife Volunteer

    Do you love animals? Do you want to learn more about our native animals and conservation?

    Id:163404
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stake Hill WA
  5. Dog Foster Carer

    We are seeking dog foster carers to care for rescue dogs whilst they are being prepared for their forever home. We ask you to treat the dog as your own, provide feedback on it's behaviour and assist in finding the perfect home.

    Id:163923
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bunbury WA
  6. Dog Coordinator

    This role determines which dogs the branch is able to take on, ensures that their needs and any medical issues are addressed while in SAFE’s care, and appropriately matches dogs with prospective adopters.

    Id:126385
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  7. Foster Carer for Dogs and Cats

    If you love animals this may just be the role for you! Foster Carers to take care of a Dog or Cat in their own home until such time as the animal can be rehomed in its forever home. Carers are asked to give lots of TLC and to handle the animal in order to prepare them for their new home.

    Id:64539
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  8. Cat Coordinator

    This role determines which cats the branch is able to take on, ensures that their needs and any medical issues are addressed while in SAFE’s care, and appropriately matches cats with prospective adopters.

    Id:116340
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  9. Fundraising Coordinator

    This role coordinates fundraising in the local area for a particular branch of SAFE, to raise revenue to use for the purpose of rescuing and rehoming companion animals

    Id:116339
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  10. Assistant Dog Co-ordinator

    To assist the Dog Coordinator with fostering dogs and ongoing assistance to foster carers.

    Id:84222
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  11. All creatures Great and Small

    If you have a passion for our native animals come volunteer with us. We'd love to have you on board. You will be caring for our animals, preparing their food, cleaning their environments and getting to love them all.

    Id:53989
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Lesmurdie WA
  12. RSPCA fun and funky retail volunteers required

    Reloved Fashion offers a selection of pre-loved contemporary and vintage fashion labels, and we require fun and funky retail volunteers to help us deliver a new breed of fashion to Perth!

    Id:91274
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Fremantle WA
  13. Fundraising Assistant

    SAFE Esperance ("Saving Animals From Euthanasia") require volunteers to make items that they can sell on their fortnightly fundraising market stall.

    Id:56738
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Esperance WA
  14. Dog Foster Carer

    BARRC is in desperate need of foster carers for their dogs. This involves welcoming a dog into your home to assess and prepare it for their forever home. Our dogs need love and companionship in a normal home whilst they prepare for their new home. We will work with your home situation (other animals, kids, work etc) to ensure the dog suits you

    Id:155276
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bunbury WA
  15. Volunteer wildlife rescue

    Do you Love Wildlife? Do you Want to be hands-on? Do you want to learn more about our native fauna and conservation?

    Id:162918
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Stake Hill WA
  16. Dog Foster Carer Support Role - Guide Dog

    Dog Foster Care Support Role - Guide Dog plays an important role in assisting families to care for our foster dogs whilst we find them forever homes. You are their support, their dog food supply, replacement toy supply and generally their “go to” person regarding any questions they have about their foster dog care, adoption and general support

    Id:162609
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bunbury WA
  17. Hospital Volunteer

    WA Wildlife is a wildlife veterinary hospital and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that the animals in care recover more swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife rehabilitation hospitals/centres generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild.

    Id:162048
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  18. Recovery Volunteer

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

    Id:162432
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  19. Reception Volunteer

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

    Id:162433
    Animal Welfare
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bibra Lake WA
  20. Tradies and Handy people!

    Are you good with your hands....in a practical manner!? Every now and then different types of maintenance is needed at our animal rescue.

    Id:151151
    Animal Welfare
    One off - a few hours
    Dawesville WA