Youth Volunteering

Our learning programs provide lessons of compassion, respect and proper care for animals to children and adults.

Volunteering

The Dumb Friends League offers volunteer opportunities for kids and teens in support of our goal to teach children and young adults the importance of treating animals in a humane way—a lesson that will benefit them and the animals in our community for a lifetime.

How to register

Register online by clicking on the date(s) you prefer.

Class Duration Age and Description Cost Date/Time

Class

Paws-itive Service Day

Duration

2 hours

Age and Description

Do you want to help homeless pets? This two-hour event allows children ages 8-11 to get hands-on experience at our shelter. Each session will allow your child to socialize with animals, complete a service project and learn how they can be advocates for those who cannot speak for themselves. Paws-itive Service Day runs from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at our Quebec Street shelter in Denver unless otherwise noted.

Please register each child separately.

Cost

$25

Date/Time

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Class

Junior Volunteer Day

Duration

2 hours

Age and Description

Are you trying to meet a community service goal, or do you simply want to help homeless pets? This two-hour event allows children ages 12-15 to get hands-on experience at our shelter. Students will create service projects for the pets in our care while learning how they can be advocates for those who cannot speak for themselves. All Junior Volunteer Days are hosted at the Quebec Street shelter in Denver from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. unless otherwise specified.

Please register each child separately.

Cost

$25

Date/Time