Animal Rescue Volunteer in India

Animal Rescue Volunteer in India

Join our team as an Animal Rescue volunteer in India. We’re a couple of people, one from India and the other from US. We met when we were both looking to help animals.

Animal Rescue Volunteer in India – Quick Checks

Hours & Roster: 30 + hours a week
What’s included? Free accommodation & 3 meals per day.
What’s Not Included? Flights, visa, pocket money & volunteer travel insurance
Selection process: Message me about your relevant experience, why you’d like to volunteer & the dates you would be available

Animal Rescue Volunteer in India – Help Required

We are an animal welfare community, stray animal recovery centre, and organic farm in a village below Dharamsala. Our stray animal recovery centre is a place for stray dogs, bovines, and equids to heal before returning to the road. We are also building a clinic with an operating room and developing a farm to feed residents and volunteers. The community is primarily designed for people who want to work in animal welfare full time.

  • We are looking for people who want to work with animals, help with treatments, improve the house and grounds, and work the farm. We are also looking for people who want to lead their own projects in animal welfare or farming and just need the sandbox to do it in.

Animal Rescue Volunteer in India – Hours & Roster

  • Volunteers stay for free at our community house and get 3 meals per day. The only requirement is that they work 30+ hours per week.

Sleeping: Our volunteers stay for free at our community house.

Linen & Laundry: Linen and towels available. Laundry facilities available also.

Eating: 3 meals per day included free.

Transport: On confirmation of stay, we can provide more details on how best to get to us.

Animal Rescue Volunteer in India – Amenities & Preferences 

  • All ages welcome, as long as 18+.
  • Males, females & couples accepted.
  • We’re looking for: volunteers, culture jammers, dog lovers, cow enthusiasts, horse people, vets, farmers, funders, computer people, programmers, poop scoopers, media wizards, subversives, artists, community organizers, designers, monkey wrenchers, builders, movers and shakers.
  • Dharamsala: It’s a one hour bus ride away. It is the home of his Holiness the Dalai Lama’s temple, Tushita Meditation Centre, and one of the Vipassana centres of India. It is a hideout for hippies, a major destination for spiritual seekers, a haven for volunteers, and heaven for yogis. In the other direction there are the Masroor Temples and Kangra Fort.

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