Part of a new initiative to get the community involved was the creation of committees to spearhead outreach projects and we invite you to join the team. Our committees consist of volunteers that donate their time supporting various operations like educational, fund raising and newsletter publication projects.
We are seeking volunteers that are at least 18 years of age and are willing to dedicate a few hours a week in support of the positions posted below. If you are interested in volunteering, send us an email
Call Center: There is an immediate need of Call Center help. You would be trained on how to take calls and the escalation process in helping callers manage stressful wildlife emergencies. This work can be done from your home or mobile telephone.
Transport Team Runners: You would respond to calls received by the WFF Call Center and transport animals between the veterinarians and rehabilitators for assessment, treatment, and follow-up exams.
Promotions and Fund Raising: You would assist in running the display booths at local community events, explain what the WFF does, sell hats, t-shirts and memberships/donations.
Public Relations: We are looking for volunteers that can communicate the WFF mission to the public through the various media outlets.
Journalist/Writer: We are looking for volunteers to assist in producing the monthly eNews and quarterly publication.