Hotline Operator & Educator
Volunteering for the hotline is one of the most important ways to help! The hotline is a source of information for the public and hotline volunteers provide solutions to calls and coordinate rescues and transports when necessary. Hotline shifts are generally 4 hours, if possible.
Volunteers are needed to rescue animals throughout the year. Spring and summer are the busiest, as wildlife is more abundant at this time, especially baby animals. Volunteers must be comfortable handling wild animals. This is a great way to get hands on experience with Saskatchewan wildlife!
Volunteers are needed to transport animals – this is a great way to get help Saskatchewan wildlife without having to handle any animals! Please note you will need a drivers license and access to a vehicle. You will also have to track your mileage so you can receive a tax receipt at the end of the year.
There may be other ways to help our organization, such as helping with events, fundraising, and grant applications. WRSOS also hires summer students each summer. Internships may also be available.