There are many ways to help pets in need

Jan Pede

We often hear from people, “I would love to help but I just can’t go to the shelter.” And we completely understand that—many people find the shelter is an emotional place but there are still ways to help the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network and homeless pets.

Enjoy sewing?

Make cat trap covers from donated sheets for the TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program at Pima Animal Care Center. Sheets and simple pattern are supplied.

Have computer skills?

Job share with another volunteer to create our monthly newsletter; flexible schedule to meet your needs.

Have financial skills?

Take on basic bookkeeping duties like keeping a chart of payments, balance bank statements and track donations.

Expert shopper or bargain hunter?

Help us price donations for our annual I Don’t Want It Sale fundraiser.

Have space in your garage/casita?

Take/store donations for the I Don’t Want It Sale fundraiser.

Good at planning fun events?

Help us with our two to three fundraising events per year. We’re always looking for new ideas.

Of course, we need shelter volunteers (some training required) and fosters. If any of these opportunities sound like something you would like to help with, please contact The Network at [email protected]