Adoption Hours:

By appointment

 

Our Location:

COMING SOON

 

Garden State Animal Rescue Center

TAX ID: 83-2422267. 
EMAIL: INFO@GARDENSTATEARC.ORG


THE GSARC IS A 501(C)3 TAX-EXEMPT CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION

© 2019 Garden State Animal Rescue Center

Junior Volunteers 

 

WANT TO HELP THE ANIMALS BUT NOT QUITE OLD ENOUGH TO VOLUNTEER IN THE SHELTER?
THERE ARE STILL PLENTY OF WAYS YOU CAN HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

 

Thank you so much for helping the animals waiting so patiently for their forever homes at the Garden State Animal Rescue Center! We appreciate your help! If you have questions or need a written letter for service hours please email Volunteer@GardenStateARC.org. Remember these are just some ideas. If you have other creative ways to help let us know and we would love to hear about your ideas!

 

Printable version of the Junior Volunteer Program

 

OUTSIDE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Wish List Donation Drive

  • Take a look at our Wish List.  Many items may be things that people have around their house already, such as old linens. Kids do wish list drives by printing out the list and hanging it at schools, parent’s jobs, congregations such as church or temple and sharing with friends, family and neighbors. You may also consider partnering with a food or pet store, setting up a table outside for a day, handing out the Wishlist as people walk in and collecting donations as they come out. It is up to you how big you make your donation drive!

Bake Sale/Lemonade Stand/Car Wash

  • Raising money for the animals is a huge help! Be creative!

  • These ideas can be used for individual volunteers or groups.

  • You can do this right in your own yard, or consider doing it at a sports event, school, or any other community area. Just make sure you get permission!

Become A Foster Home  (contact Fostering@GardenStateARC.org)

  • This is an opportunity for parents that want to introduce animal care to their children. We realize this is not always possible for all families but if it is, it is a great value to the children!

  • Fostering a shelter pet is a great thing because we get to see their regular behavior and it gets them out of the shelter environment. We are mostly in need of cat/kitten fosters for short periods of time. We provide the supplies and veterinary care during their time in foster.

 

Promote Our Pets

  • Of course our biggest goal is to find loving families for all of the animals at the adoption center! We need you to educate your friends and family to always ‘Adopt, Don't Shop’. You will find photos and bios of some adoptable dogs and cats on our website. Printing fliers, making posters, sharing on social media and at school, are all great ways to share some of our adorable adoptables. Maybe you can find a great home looking for a new pet- what better way to help one of our animals!