Kennel Caretaker

AREA OF GREATEST NEED - Kennel Caretakers clean runs, feed and care for our dogs 9am-12pm.

Hours: 9am-12pm

Help needed: all shifts!


Assist visitors during open hours by answering questions, taking donations, and facilitating visits.

Hours: 9am-12pm

Help needed: All shifts!


Handy? Come help with fixing fences, installing pavers, and minor facility improvements.

Hours: 12pm-3pm

Thursdays and Sundays


Great photos show our pups in their best light - and increase their changes of being noticed online.

Hours: 10am-12pm

7 days a week. Afternoon hours (3-5pm) available during our pm feeding shift.


We don't have an on site clinic, so our pups are often in need of a lift to/from the clinic.

Hours: Vary

Dependent upon appointment day/time.


Do you enjoy gardening and/or mowing? We have 4 acres of land that want to meet you.

After 12pm

Any day

Web Developer

General maintenance and upkeep: Update photos and content, add new events.

Hours: Flexible

100% remote opportunity.

Social Media Team

Help get our dogs noticed on the interwebs via facebook. instagram, twitter, and TikTok.

Hours: Flexible

Create schedules/have meetings as necessary with other SM team members.


Data entry & updating records are vital to keeping everyone up to date and helping with year end reports.

Hours: Flexible

On site and remote opportunities available.

Events Committee

Coordinate fundraising ideas & events to raise money and awareness for AAS.

Hours: Vary

Dependent on day/time events/fundraisers take place.

Grant Writing

Draft and submit grant applications to help raise funds for our dogs/support our cause.

Hours: Flexible

Create schedules/have meetings as necessary with other GW team members.

Ready to get started?

Let's Do This!

We're jumping with joy that you want to volunteer with Animal Aid Society. Just follow the steps below and you'll be helping us save lives in no time!

Go to: and create your user account with Maddie’s Fund.

Click “I Agree” to continue.

You are now logged in! Click this link: It will take you directly to AAS’s training module. Click on the green “ENROLL (FREE!)” button to get started.

There are two video series with tests and an article:

Bringing a New Dog Home (approx 1hr)

Canine Body Language (approx 1hr)

Zoonosis article (about 15 mins)

As you complete the video modules, a link will appear that says “certificate available”.

Once you have successfully completed the modules and read the article, please download your certificates. (Screenshots are also accepted).

Send your certificates (or screenshots) via email to: You will be contacted by our orientation coordinator regarding an onsite safety training.  Pick a time that works for you and we’ll see you at the shelter!