Volunteer with Us

Volunteers are the key to our success! Through the help of people like you, we are able to generate awareness of neglected and forgotten animals.

Whether you consider yourself a painter or not, we have so many meaningful opportunities to share with you -- ie, ways for you to use your talents, develop your skills, and bring a smile to your spirit.

OUR HEART-FELT BELIEF

When you start looking at our available opportunities, you'll notice that many not only benefit animals but also involve underserved groups. This is very intentional. Animal neglect is not just about animals. It's also about communities that have forgotten the best of themselves. Our goal is that no one feels neglected or abandoned, whether animal or human. To this end, we actively strive to involve everyone in our efforts. 

OPPORTUNITY TYPES & LOCATION

Volunteer sketching outline to be included in paint kits

We need friendly people to help at paint events, farmers’ markets, our art gallery and studio, area galleries, and special events. There are lots of ways to get involved, and you can be as engaged as you prefer. We can match you with your volunteering passion. For instance, from meeting people while handing out flyers at an event to sketching images of rescue animals to include in paint kits. You can work behind the scenes or be front-and-center as an art docent at a paint party. You can help remotely or find us locally — eg, North Snohomish, South Snohomish/North King, Seattle, South King/Pierce, Thurston, Skagit, etc.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES    

For short-term volunteer opportunities, watch here as well as on our Facebook page. For ongoing volunteer opportunities, visit our VolunteerMatch page.

August 20-21, 2022
Hisses to Purrs -Amichi Bistro (Community Cat Coalition) 
More Info Coming Soon
August 21, 2022
Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival September 9-11, 2022

If you are interested in volunteering with us, fill out our Advocate/Volunteer Information form. If you have any questions, reach out to us at pawswithcause@outlook.com

Updated: 07/31/22