Volunteer with PACT Humane Society

PACT Humane Society is looking for caring individuals and families to donate their talent and time for the care and nurturing of our sheltered animals. No experience is required — PACT Humane Society will provide all required training. Volunteer work can be done at our adoption center at the Bloomingdale Petco (which has both cats and dogs), or from the comfort of your home (via phone, email).

As a volunteer, the time and effort you contribute at the adoption center is vital to ensuring our continuing success and commitment to the dogs and cats that we care for.

All new volunteers must go through a New Volunteer Orientation at PACT’s Bloomingdale Adoption Center at the Bloomingdale Petco. The orientation sessions are held every Thursday at 6:00PM. The orientation takes only an hour and includes a short history about PACT Humane Society, a tour of the facility and introduction to some of the animals up for adoption.

Community Service Program

PACT Humane Society allows community service hours for school, church or court ordered. For Community Service Hours there are specific rules involved with community service hours and you must let the Volunteer Coordinator know up front that you are signing up to volunteer to complete community service hours.

Our Volunteers

Some of our volunteers offer a couple of hours per month, while others offer many more hours each week. Whatever amount of time you can offer, the animals definitely are worth it.

Although our volunteers come from different walks of life, and include teachers, attorneys, business owners, parents, students, a veterinarian, and business professionals, they all have one thing in common – the desire and passion to improve the relationship between people and pets.

Get in touch with the volunteer coordinator at volunteer@pacthumanesociety.org to get started!

Note: If you are between the ages of 14 and 16, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times while volunteering with PACT. If you are younger than 14, your parent must be the person who volunteers and you may accompany them during their service. Parents of children under 16 may not leave their children alone at any time.