Range of roles for volunteers

In the run up to National Volunteering Week (June 1-7), Cats Protection would like to extend our thanks to the many thousands of volunteers throughout the country who offer their time and expertise to help cats and kittens across the UK.

Saturday, 26th May 2018, 13:00 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd May 2018, 11:31 am

In 2017 our 10,200-strong volunteer network contributed an incredible 5.5 million hours, each volunteer gifting a wealth of expertise and immeasurable passion to the charity.

Their dedication enabled Cats Protection to help around 200,000 cats and kittens nationwide.

Cats Protection is always on the look-out for new volunteers to join the UK’s biggest cat community.

Though a large part of our work is helping cats through fostering and rehoming, volunteers have the opportunity to become involved with a range of activities, such as organising fund-raising events, helping with publicity, or managing funds and resources to benefit cats.

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Volunteering can offer the chance to develop skills such as time management, interpersonal skills and teamwork, making CVs much more attractive and, of course, helping cats.

Anyone who is interested in becoming a volunteer can go to our website www.cats.org.uk/get-involved/volunteering to find out more.

Julie Meredith

Cats Protection Head of Volunteering Development