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CROW seeks volunteers

CROW seeks volunteers

Since its inception, volunteers have been an integral part of CROW’s organisation. Feeding and caring for 300-400 animals on a daily basis is no small task, which is why CROW welcomes the skills, experience and enthusiasm of both local and international volunteers at its centre.

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community, meet new friends and learn new skills! Local volunteers are always welcome at CROW, regardless of if you’re looking to volunteer with regularly or part-time

CROW provides an exciting volunteering experience where volunteers can not only learn about local wildlife rehabilitation and conservation with all its challenges and complexities, but also work alongside the team on a daily basis assisting with wildlife rescues and releases while taking care of the 300-400 patients that are housed at the centre at any given time.

The only rules for the local volunteer programme are:

  • All volunteers must be aged 16 or older (This is due to the nature of work and for the volunteer’s own safety.)
  • All volunteers must be honest, reliable and genuinely interested in getting stuck in to the long list of tasks that are involved in running the centre on a daily basis. (Volunteering at CROW involves mainly physical activities, so they need strong, energetic people who are willing to physically lend a helping hand!)

While CROW aims to give as many people as possible the opportunity to volunteer with CROW, they also want to ensure they can offer a fun and meaningful volunteering experience – there is nothing worse than a bored volunteer! Therefore on weekends, during school holidays and at other busy times of the year, it may be necessary for CROW to place a maximum limit on the number of placements they can offer on a first come, first served basis. To find out more about CROW’s local volunteer programme and request an application form, email Chandré on info@crowkzn.co.za

 

About CROW

CROW (Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife) is the largest wildlife rehabilitation centre in Durban registered to work with indigenous wildlife found in KZN. Every year CROW rescues, rehabilitates and releases over 4000 orphaned, injured and displaced wild animals. As a registered non-profit organisation, CROW is 100% reliant on donations from the public. For queries and more information please contact CROW’s Marketing & Communications Officer, Chandré de Bruyn on 031 462 1127 or at info@crowkzn.co.za

 

 

 

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