The RedRover Responders volunteer corps are the backbone of our efforts to provide lifesaving care and sheltering for animal victims of natural disasters, puppy mills, hoarding, and other cases of cruelty and neglect. By 2022, we plan to increase our number of trained RedRover Responders volunteers to 5,000 to enable us to help more animals in crisis when called! You can help us meet this objective by taking our new online training to become a volunteer.
Curious about the online training course? Here is what some of our new volunteers have to say:
“The course is outstanding! Everything was clear and easy to follow, and I feel that you gave me an excellent understanding of what to expect on deployment.”
“So so happy that the training is now an online option. Looking forward to being a RedRover Responders volunteer!”
“I’m currently on the self-care part of the training reading the ‘Flip Side of Fatigue’ article by Beth Gammie. My mind is blown in a good way and I’m simultaneously falling more in love with this org!”
Ready to join us? Sign up today and become a RedRover Responders volunteer in just three easy steps!
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