Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are so important to our success, if you have time, please join us!

MOBILE CLINIC CAMPAIGN DAYS

Our Mobile Clinic goes out to rural and under privileged areas once or twice a month, usually on weekends, with  two days in one location.  Locations are usually within 50km from Nairobi. O
ur campaigns are so much fun, inspiring AND….. hard work! Our days start at 7AM at the venue and finish around 6PM. It is possible to volunteer part of the time. The following are areas in which we seek volunteers:

1. Registering details of animals
2. Registering details on Vaccination cards
3. Dog handling & managing the lines of owners with dogs
4. Monitoring animals in Recovery after sterilization
5. Managing/recording intake and release of animals after surgery
6. Education: Children (6 – 12 yrs) and Adults
7. Help with setting up early morning, and breaking camp late afternoon
8. Catering & cleaning some items used during operations
9. Transporting and dropping off campaign staff. Required very early morning and/or around 5PM, for about 2 hours (driving to and from location and drop off at another location).
10. Volunteer coordinator
11. Accomplished Photographer

Period of Volunteering
We would prefer that you commit to volunteering for a minimum of TWO campaigns.

If you are able to volunteer, please send an email with your details.

ANIMAL RELATED AREAS

TNR Volunteer Kennel Hand (walking, training, socialising, etc with dogs at foster homes)
Fund raising
Fostering of various animals (when needed) for DOGS and CATS

When necessary, going to places to help with animals in distress

OTHER AREAS

Event organization and assistance
Help in designing an education hub to accompany the mobile clinic (URGENT)

Building a volunteer base/networking

If you are interested in volunteering as KENNEL HAND VOLUNTEER or FOSTER HOME, please refer to the flyers in the links above.

If you are interested in any of the other areas, send an email with your preferred areas.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Below are some images of our volunteers “in action”

TNR Trust Jacket

Shaggy Dog Show 2016:
Shaggy Dog Show 2016: “Get Chained” awareness program
Shaggy Dog Show 2016:
Shaggy Dog Show 2016: “Get Chained” awareness program
Out on Call after being contacted to rescue an emaciated mother and pups
Out on Call after being contacted to rescue an emaciated mother and pups
A volunteer taking a dog for grooming
A volunteer taking a dog for grooming
A volunteer took this dog for a little agility training experience
A volunteer took this dog for a little agility training experience
Doing house visits at homes where dogs have been adopted from TNR Trust is also important
Doing house visits at homes where dogs have been adopted from TNR Trust is also important
The child of one of our volunteers also became involved with socializing - a way for puppies/dogs to get used to humans
The child of one of our volunteers also became involved with socializing – a way for puppies/dogs to get used to humans
Some basic obedience training
Some basic obedience training
Puppy Play Time
Puppy Play Time