Hawaiian Humane Society’s foster care program helps to save thousands of treatable, orphaned animals, as well as owned animals in which families are in crises. Nearly 150 animals are in foster care at any given time so more providers are always needed. This program can also help students fulfill service learning hours with their families in their own home.
Sign up for an upcoming orientation here.
Our training is simple and quick, and you can get started as a volunteer right away. Volunteers must have transportation for health care appointments and time to spend with the animals. Short and long term fostering opportunities are available including fostering a healthy, adoptable animal for space reasons.
Contact Lorraine Shaughnessy at email@example.com or 356-2229 for more info.
Before your training
1. Watch these videos: Volunteer Orientation & 2012-2013 Year in Review
2.Take our quiz: Planned Pethood.
3. Like us on Facebook.
4. Read our volunteer newsletter.
All about foster care
Read this article and check out our foster care brochure. Visit here to learn more about foster care programs that serve these animals.