All volunteers must attend an orientation session before they can begin working in the sanctuary. Orientations are held once a month.
Volunteering at Marty’s Place is an excellent way for individual animal lovers and service-minded groups to get actively involved in our work with senior dogs.
Although Marty’s Place will have a small core staff of employees, our overall success and the success of our day-to-day activities will depend on the strength and assistance of volunteers. The importance of volunteers to the sanctuary and especially to the well-being of the dogs who live there cannot be overstated.
Volunteer assistance is needed in several areas
Without a doubt, any time you devote or service you provide will be greatly appreciated by our residents.
Become a Marty's Place Volunteer
Adults (over 18):
we receive your application, we will contact you about getting started
as a Marty's Place volunteer. Steps include attending orientation, agreeing to established volunteer policies and
procedures, and signing a Waiver of Liability.
Youth (14-18) and Groups (any age):
If you are between the ages of 14 and 18, or if you represent a group that would like to volunteer together (scout troop, service club, etc), please contact the sanctuary director: firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 259-1278.
Volunteering at Marty's Place can be a great community service project for high school or college students, service clubs or other groups. To learn more-