Volunteering

Collectively, our efforts make a big difference in creating change – the kind of change that saves lives! The talent and time of many loving volunteers is essential when it comes to providing quality care for homeless animals, and to finding a new home to belong and be loved. Whether working with the animals, the public, or behind the scenes, volunteers improve the quality of life for animals that come to Hearts Alive Village. Collectively, our efforts make a big difference in creating change – the kind of change that saves lives. Loving volunteers are essential when it comes to providing quality care for homeless animals… and to finding them forever homes where they’ll be loved and cherished. Whether working with the animals, the public, or behind the scenes, volunteers improve the quality of life for animals that come to Hearts Alive Village.

How to Get Started

Please complete our volunteer application below.
 
Follow the instructions once the application is submitted and our volunteer coordinator will be in touch to schedule an orientation. You can also visit us at our Adoption Center and learn more about how to get involved. 
 
We are open weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on weekends from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  The adoption center is located at 1750 S. Rainbow Blvd # 4, Las Vegas NV 89146, just south of Charleston Blvd in the Weinerschnitzel shopping center. We look forward to meeting you!
 
 
Join us in the world of animal rescue, and we will show you one of the most satisfying ways to help both pets and people. We welcome volunteers from all walks of life to assist in the many important tasks it takes to run a successful rescue and community outreach organization. We can’t thank our volunteers enough – it truly does take a village!
Any Questions? 
Please email our volunteer coordinator at  volunteer@heartsalivevillage.org.

Student Volunteers

Temporarily we are not accepting student volunteers or groups.
 
Please note that due to the ongoing pandemic, we are restricting volunteers to those over 18 and limiting the amount of volunteers on site.