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The Volunteer Programme

We have relaunched the volunteer experience at NCAR and have a Volunteer Programme from 2020 that will make it easier to apply as well as showing you the many different aspects of volunteering at NCAR.

Real Volunteer Experiences

ruban young volunteer

Young Volunteers

Ruban is one of our young volunteers, who visits during school time as part of his educational programme and recently Ruban did some fundraising for NCAR by doing a Sponsored Mile swim and raised £258 – Thanks Ruban“Going to this…

marea cattery volunteer

Marea, Our cattery volunteer

I have been a volunteer at NCAR for many years now, based in Moggy Mansion (Older cat section). At first I was reluctant as I thought I would end up bringing all the cats home with me! I was also…

hazel volunteer dog walker

Hazel, our Dog walker

Almost five years ago, retired and looking for a volunteering opportunity, without much idea of what I wanted to do, I went on the internet to search for ideas.  I came across North Clwyd Animal Rescue, who were looking for…

Ceri, our Fundraising Volunteer

My name is Ceri and I started volunteering at NCAR in 2007. I love all animals but especially dogs, so when my place of work allowed us monthly volunteer hours, I chose NCAR. I started by dog walking and now…

Each volunteer role will have a limited number of vacancies and we will, from time to time, take that role down as we fill the vacancies.

We certainly don’t want you to be put off from applying for a volunteer. Perhaps you could apply for more than one role that we could consider you for? The roles will reappear on the website when vacancies become available so please, if you weren’t successful the first time, don’t be put off applying again.

It’s so easy to become a Volunteer at NCAR

Please take a look at the vacancies that are currently available and if you think you can help, then fill in an application form and we’ll look forward to welcoming you very soon.

Visit this page to see Volunteering Vacancies at NCAR

We hold Inductions monthly and our online application form must be completed before you can volunteer. All our Health and Safety procedures will be fully explained during your Induction.

Once you have completed the form for your chosen role we will contact you and invite you in for an Interview and Induction.

We hope that the new Volunteer Programme with NCAR will be an enjoyable experience for you and that you become a long-term member of the NCAR Volunteer Family.

You can contact our Volunteer Department by calling 01745 560546 or email volunteering@ncar.org.uk for further information.

All volunteers must

  • Apply online for the chosen Volunteer Job.
  • Attend a volunteer induction to learn about Health and Safety and also learn more about the charity and volunteer opportunities.
  • Be given a Volunteer ID card on your first visit as a volunteer.

We regret that we can no longer allow children under 12 years old to accompany adults walking dogs.

Children aged 12 – 16 years can accompany an adult, but we must stress that the adult must be the one that walks the dog (we can provide a 2nd lead if the child would also like to hold the dog).

This is purely for your own safety and our insurance purposes.

So, If any area interests you then please complete a volunteer application form.

We look forward to seeing you soon as an NCAR Volunteer!

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