Volunteering Opportunities to Look Out For

Covid has made it hard for people across America so survive and make a living. Many people have lost their jobs due to businesses closing or being at high risk of the virus. Some have even had to get rid of their pets due to losing their jobs and not having enough money to take care of an animal. A good way to help is to volunteer at local businesses or organizations in your free time or even make. If your time is not available, donations of money, food, or clothes help as well.

House of Mercy: Christian based nonprofit humanitarian organization. Their main ministry is our food pantry, which serves those in need throughout northern Virginia.
Volunteering   Donations

FOHA (Friends of Homeless Animals):  A no-kill animal shelter providing dog adoptions and cat adoptions in VA, DC, and MD.
Volunteering   Donations

Haymarket Food Pantry:  The Haymarket Regional Food Pantry serves over 800 individuals and families each month. An online donation will help provide food to families battling hunger in the community.
Volunteering    Money Donations  Food Donations

Gray Face Acres: Senior dog rescue and retreat. Gray Face Acres is an all volunteer organization that is dedicated to rescuing senior dogs from shelters and situations of abuse and neglect.
Volunteering  Money Donations   Amazon Donations

Habitat for Humanity: Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in approximately 70 countries.
Volunteering   Donations

Salvation Army: Recognized throughout the world for its humanitarian work, thrift shops and red donation kettles, the Salvation Army is an evangelical Christian church. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ while helping others without discrimination.
Money Donations   Goods Donations

ASPCA: The ASPCA’s mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. The ASPCA provides local and national leadership in animal-assisted therapy, animal behavior, animal poison control, anti-cruelty, humane education, legislative services, and shelter outreach.