Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Citizens for Animal Protection! As a CAP volunteer, you're joining like-minded individuals who go above and beyond in their generosity to make a difference in the lives of homeless animals.
We offer a variety of programs to fit your needs from teen volunteering (Teen Service Day), volunteering long-term (Individual Volunteering), with a school or corporation (Group Volunteering) to volunteering from home to earn short-term hours (Service Projects). 

Teen Service Day

This activity gives students age 14-18 the opportunity to make a difference, gain hands-on experience by walking and socializing homeless dogs, and earn service hours for their school or organization.

*Next session in March, more information coming soon!

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Individual Volunteering
  • Minimum age of 14
  • Youth 14-15 must co-volunteer with parent/guardian at all times
  • Must commit to volunteer at least twice-a-month for 6-months 
  • Attend Volunteer Information Session
  • Choose a volunteer opportunity 
  • Complete training
  • Volunteer hours cannot be used for court ordered community service-click here for more information.
Group Volunteering

School organizations and corporations can volunteer walking and socializing homeless dogs at CAP. Participants must be age 16+, click here to register!

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Cizik School of Nursing Group  Landry's Group  Conoco Phillips Group  Levi Strauss Group  Member's Choice Credit Union Group
Service Projects

Students wishing to earn service hours who aren't able to meet the age requirement or time commitment can complete projects from home. Verification forms are signed by Volunteer Coordinator Monday through Friday during business hours. 

Interested in a career as a Veterinary Technician? 

Visit PIMA Medical Institute to learn more!

Current Volunteer Login

Click here to manage account remotely (current volunteers only).