Typical volunteer activities include mucking the barn or the coop, raking, and pasture cleaning. Many of the animals will come visit you while you complete your tasks but please remember that some tasks may include minimal animal interaction. Volunteering is physically intensive, so expect to get a good workout! If you rather just visit the sanctuary and want to interact with the animals, we offer a short tour where you can feed the horses, pigs, and resident birds.
Volunteer days often take place on weekends, some of our trusted and longtime volunteers are able to come during the week.
For safety and liability purposes, all volunteers must be at least 16 years of age.
What To Bring:
Check the weather forecast for zip code 27705 and dress appropriately. Produce for the animals is very welcome – apples, bananas, carrots, melons, greens etc.
Over 100 rescued farmed animals call The Blind Spot Animal Sanctuary home. We always welcome volunteers!
Help to spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. When we admit new animals in foster care or rescue, we need to cross post, advertise and find a new forever home.Become a Social Media Volunteer
Help with transport, getting supplies, volunteer at off site events.Become an On-Demand Volunteer
Join compassionate friends for a volunteer work day at Blind Spot Animal Sanctuary.Become an On-Site Volunteer
Our sanctuary is growing and with that there are many ways to help. From volunteering onsite to being a social media ambassador, you can do your part to keep BSAS up and running. For more information please visit our Volunteer page here.
Typical volunteer activities include animal care, grooming, socializing, mucking the barn or the coop, raking, filling up water bowls, cleaning baby pools, and pasture cleaning.
You must be at least 16 years of age.