Volunteers who help fulfill necessary roles in the organization as volunteers. Phone intake, citation management, assessors, handy skills, development/ grant writers, communications, social media, photography, etc. They are invaluable to the organization.

Teach a class to our Members: Do you have a skill, hobby, or talent that you would like to teach others?*The School for Recovery gives Café members and non-members the chance to grow, heal, discover, take risks, and surprise themselves by doing and becoming what they never thought possible. While the word “recovery” doesn’t appear…

Want to help us but can’t get to our boutique? No problem – we need A LOT of help in so many areas :). Help us with social media, content creation, blogging, research, outreach, marketing, donor retention, fundraising, etc. all from the comfort of your own home.

When you believe in something you want to share it with the world right? That’s what being an advocate is all about. Letting people know about us, what services we offer, how we can help the community, and how they can get involved to help us serve more people is what it’s all about. Use…

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If you are on social media, PLEASE like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and/or Instagram. Sharing our posts and commenting is the best way to broaden our network of resources.

Become a part of our Disaster Action Team! Volunteers complete online trainings and assist with virtual disaster responses. A minimum of two shifts on call each month and strong computer and phone skills are required.

Bring your friendly people skills to work with our dedicated volunteers, become the Disaster Workforce Engagement Lead! Provide support with onboarding, coaching, and development tracks for our disaster volunteers.

In the role as the Development Recognition and Appreciation Lead you will closely work with both staff and volunteers. Through the planning and execution of recognition events volunteers, help volunteers feel valued and appreciated for their work.

Indiana Bulldog Rescue Does Not Have A Shelter Facility. This Means That We Are Dependent On A Network Of Incredible Foster Families Who Have Opened Their Homes And Hearts To Care For Bullies In Need. When You Foster, You Agree To Take A Homeless Bullie Into Your Home And Give Him Or Her Love, Care…