Get Involved and Volunteer!

Volunteers are an integral part of the GADAB team.

Volunteers help in many aspects of our workwhether it is raising money at events, helping to spread the word locally or ensuring our visitors get a warm welcome within our Community spaces.  Every role is so important to us and our success.

Volunteering Frequently Asked Questions

Please click here to read our volunteering specific FAQ’s and find out if volunteering for GADAB could be right for you.

Companionship in the Community

How do I become a GADAB volunteer?

Our application process is designed to be nice and straight forward. All of our volunteering opportunities come with a role profile which tells you exactly what skills, experience and qualities you need to have to get on board. 

Before you join us as a volunteer, you may be asked to attend an informal interview either in person or over the phone. This is a great opportunity for you to find out more about the role, meet the staff and get a sense of whether the opportunity is what you are looking for. It is also a chance for us to decide if you are right for us!


Check out our current volunteering opportunities 

Fundraising Volunteer

Fundraising is an essential part of our charity, but more so than ever at present. Can you help to support us?

  • Are you ready to set up your own challenge?
  • Can you think ‘outside the box’?
  • Can you keep the kids/pets involved? 

Can you do this whilst keeping safe and observing social distancing in the current situation?

Click here to find out more and apply for this role.

Helping Hands Volunteer

We are looking for support to help with basic maintenance within our Community Spaces.

  • Can you fix things or complete minor repairs? 
  • Are you a confident handy person with basic joinery or decorating skills?
  • Are you great with people and keen to make a difference? 

Click here to find out more and apply for this role.

About us

Give a Dog a Bone…and an animal a home is a young, unique and award winning charity, supporting the over 60s to afford a rescue pet companion.

We aim to tackle loneliness for the individual and homelessness for the animal, by removing financial barriers to an over 60s person adopting a rescue animal.

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