Volunteering at the sanctuary
We at the sanctuary rescue and rehabilitate hundreds of animals a year, after being abused and neglected, and here they are given the opportunity to have a life of freedom and love.
Today hundreds of animals live in the sanctuary - donkeys, horses, goats, sheep, chickens, pigeons, cats, dogs and many others ...
We respond to rescue calls daily.
In order to provide the best response and the best conditions for the sanctuary residents, we really need your help!
Want to volunteer and take part in our work?
Please read the information below, fill in the form, send it to us, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We’d be happy to have you join our family :) Thank you very much in the name of the current and future rescues at the sanctuary.
Volunteers for regular work at the sanctuary - Physical work which includes cleaning, feeding, care, help with physical therapy for the sheep and goats and plenty of love for our residents - we’re looking for people who can come regularly once a week or two and help us with our daily work. Unfortunately, we currently do not have the option to receive one-time volunteers.
Horse people - Help with care for the horses and donkeys at the sanctuary. Including hoof cleaning, washing, walking etc. For people who are experienced in working with horses, who can commit for a regular day once a week.
Volunteers for educational and social activities - For experienced people who can volunteer every week or two.
In addition - any area of expertise you have and you think can help us, we would be happy!
Volunteers will be required to sign a Health Declaration form.
Volunteering is from the age of 18 and above.
Unfortunately we cannot provide accommodation for volunteers.
And one more important note:
If you work in a company or organization, and you are interested in organizing a special volunteer day for the staff, please contact us!
Please make sure your contact details are correct before submitting :)
I would like to volunteer at -
Farm maintenance - cleaning, care and love for our residents
Caring for the horses and donkeys
Social activities at the sanctuary