THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.

Location and contact information
7550 Bell McKinnon Road
Duncan, B.C.
V9L 6B1
(250) 746-4646
duncanspca@spca.bc.ca

Make a difference one animal at a time. Volunteer.

Volunteering is about commitment and caring. It's about helping animals and working together with others who share a common goal.

Learn more about the steps to become a BC SPCA Branch volunteer as well as the information, orientation and training sessions we provide to help you help animals.

Steps to become a BC SPCA volunteer

  1. Complete an application

  2. Attend an Information Session

  3. Attend an Interview

  4. Attend a Workshop (or DVD training session)

  5. Attend a buddy training session

 

Apply to become a BC SPCA Cowichan Branch volunteer/foster volunteer

You can join us in advocating for animals in your community and improving the welfare of the animals in our shelters.

 


Volunteer Programs

 

Fostering Program

The BC SPCA Foster Program benefits animals who have a good chance of adoption, but who are either too young, sick, injured, under socialized or emotionally stressed to survive in the shelter environment. Instead, animals are cared for and rehabilitated in a nurturing foster home. Healthy adult animals are also placed in foster care when space is limited in our shelters.

The BC SPCA is in need of foster homes for cats, dogs and small animals. Please contact your local branch to find out more about their specific needs, or alternatively, fill out the online application.

The results of your form will be forwarded to the BC SPCA Foster Program Coordinator in your area, and you should receive a follow-up phone call in a few weeks. Alternatively, you can also contact your local branch to find out more about foster volunteer opportunities.

*You must be 19 years of age or older to be a foster parent. Thank you in advance for your interest!

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