Giving of your time to a local organization is a great way to build community. Volunteering opportunities include assembling a ramp on a home of a person with a disability, attending or volunteering at one of our many fundraisers throughout the year, or fostering an assistance dog in training. Fill out the form below if you would like to explore volunteering opportunities with ACT!
Volunteer Positions Available
Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence (ADAI), a program of The Ability Center
In Your Home
Our volunteer fosters are highly dedicated persons and families who welcome dogs-in-training into their homes. They help us by training house manners, basic obedience, and public socialization. The average time commitment is nine months to a year; however, the time is dictated by the age of the dog.
Temporarily house a puppy or dog until an available foster is located or give a foster some time off. Time commitment varies.
In Our Home
- Cleaning (laundry, toys, etc.)
- Visit our puppies between the ages of 5 weeks and 12 weeks.
- Scanning & filing
- Printing & sorting
- Typing & computer entry
Home Accessibility Program
Be a part of the impact of home accessibility by helping to build a ramp on the home of someone with a disability.
Donate you time and talent to one of our many fundraisers throughout the year. Auctions items are also collected throughout the year to be used in our various events supporting our seven programs.
Community Fundraising Packet
Whether your organization or business is choosing us as the charity of choice for your annual fundraiser, hosting a bake sale at a local church, or your child’s soccer team is learning the importance of paying it forward, we’d love to partner with you. No amount is too small to benefit the work we are doing; raising awareness of our mission is a key component of our Community Fundraising Packet. We will equip you with the tools and materials needed to get a jump-start on your event to support any one of our seven programs.
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