All Rabbit Rescue volunteers must have a signed "Volunteer & Tetanus Waiver" on file with us. For your convenience you can print it out here. Just bring it with you when you come for training. ALL MINORS MUST HAVE THE WAIVER SIGNED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN. PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST STAY WITH CHILDREN 13 AND UNDER.
We are currently in need of dependable volunteers to cover Tuesday and Saturday mornings on a regular basis. Duties include
- putting rabbits outside for playtime and supervising their playtime
- feeding all the rabbits hay, pellets, & fresh veggies
- changing their water
- cleaning the cages and shelter areas.
Work time is.9 A.M. sharp until noon.
Please come to our adoption center (7640 Rosecrans Avenue, Paramount CA) from 9am-noon to volunteer for these or any of the following opportunities:
- Helping our buns stay happy and healthy by keeping their quarters clean.
Cleaning pens and cages while buns enjoy outdoor play, training at 9 a.m. sharp on Saturdays.
Brushing, nail clipping, and one-on-one playtime.
Buns need supervision while out and about, like any other play yard! Good task for our younger volunteers and their parents.This is also a great time to get some grooming in.
Driving buns to and/or from adoption events.
First Saturday of every month, usually at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. This is a BIG help to the volunteers doing the events.
Showing rabbits and educating the public at in-store adoption events.
Knowledge of rabbit care/health/behavior is a plus to educate the public properly. Training available.
Organizing and carrying out fund-raising events.
Got an idea? Run with it! Great for Key Clubs and Scout Troops. Just give us your info for posting. Take pics of your group/event for our "Pictures" page!
Selling merchandise and educating the public at our fund-raising events.
We hold several events yearly and can always use extra hands at the merchandise or adoption booths. Keep an eye on the website for updates.
Donating monies or goods to the buns.
See our wish list. Remember, even small donations help save lives.
Rabbit experience and knowledge is helpful, but training can be provided for any position.