The agency needs volunteers for hands on interaction with animals, showing animals to prospective clients, assisting customers, answering phones, filing, photography and multimedia tasks. Applicants must be 18 or older, able to meet the 16-hour-per-month requirement of volunteer service hours and prepared to comply with all volunteer policies at the agency. Information: 410-222-8900.
A nonprofit that provides homes for adults and children with developmental disabilities has a number of volunteer opportunities available. Information: 443-702-3064 or bellomachre.org.
Volunteers are needed at the Lab Rescue of the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac to assist with Adopt-a-Lab Day on weekends, to transport dogs to and from veterinarians and shelters, evaluate dogs before accepting them into the system, conduct home visits in connection with adoptions, and provide foster homes. Volunteers also assist in recruiting veterinarians, writing grants, helping with computers and networks, accounting, public relations, posting fliers and more. Information: 301-299-6756.
The National Electronics Museum at 1745 W. Nursery Road in Linthicum seeks volunteers 14 and older for education and outreach, special events, as an administrative assistant, collections assistants and for visitor services. Training will be provided. Information: 410-765-0230.
An organization dedicated to the rescue, care and adoption of homeless animals in the Maryland and Washington area needs volunteers to assist with spaying/neutering, monitoring animals recovering from surgeries, getting surgical instruments ready for use, fundraising, and helping feed and care for resident cats and dogs. Information: 410-798-9559 or ruderanch.org.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun