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Individual Vacancies

Looking to join our team in a volunteer capacity? You can view current volunteer vacancies at each of our locations below.

Barrie Animal Centre Barrie Spay/Neuter Services Leeds & Grenville
Animal Centre – Brockville
Lennox & Addington
Animal Centre – Napanee
Markham Cat Adoption
& Education Centre
Midland & District Animal Centre
Mobile Unit – Community Programs Muskoka
Animal Centre – Bracebridge
Humane Education Team
Orangeville & District
Animal Centre
Orillia Animal Centre York Region Animal Centre – Stouffville
Renfrew County Animal Centre – Pembroke Spay/Neuter Services – Stouffville Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry
Animal Centre – Cornwall
Sudbury & District Animal Centre

Other ways to help

Group Corporate Team

Where available the Ontario SPCA animal centres do offer group activities. The group size that typically works best for our centres is between 6 to a maximum of 20 people, depending on the centre.

Most group activities are 2 hours in length. A typical group event would include a humane education component, volunteer work, a tour and time with the animals if available. Please contact the animal centre near you for more details and how to get involved. Our animal centres rely on donations from the community to support the animals, we do ask for a minimum donation for each event.

Please note, due to public health restrictions some of our locations are unable to host events at this time, or have capacity limits.

Foster an animal

You can change the life of an animal in need by becoming a foster volunteer and opening your home and heart to a foster friend. Is fostering right for you? There are many things to consider when deciding to foster an animal.

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Speaking for the ones who can’t speak for themselves

Keep up the good work speaking for the ones who can’t speak for themselves. A society who cares for their animals is a better society.  Thanks for your good work!

-Suzali