Volunteer Options - Michigan Humane Society

Volunteer Options

MHS Volunteer Options

MHS Volunteer Options
Help the tens of thousands of homeless animals cared for every year at MHS 

For more details about each of the ways you can volunteer, select one of the options below.

Volunteer   

Urgent Volunteer Needs
The Michigan Humane Society has a flexible volunteer program with many volunteer opportunities. While all of our volunteer positions are critical and directly help animals, these volunteer positions need urgent assistance. >>>

Become a MHS Volunteer   

General Volunteer
The Michigan Humane Society relies on the assistance of our life saving volunteers. From feline personal trainers, to foster caregivers to volunteers who assist as offsite adoption counselors, MHS couldn't do it without you!  View volunteer requirements and learn how to become an MHS volunteer. >>>

Volunteer: MHS Foster Program   

Foster Volunteer
We are urgently seeking foster families to temporarily house animals, providing them extra care and love so they can ultimately be adopted into good homes. Learn more about becoming a foster volunteer. >>>

Volunteer: Ways for Kids to Help   

Ways for Kids to Help
If you are under the age of 18 and would like to make a difference for animals, learn what you can do today. >>>

Volunteering for School Required Programs   

School Required Community Service
If you are at least 14 years of age and need to complete community service for your school or class, the Michigan Humane Society offers several ways for you to fulfill your obligation.  Learn more about School Required Community Service. >>>

Court Ordered Community Service Options   

Court Ordered Community Service
The Michigan Humane Society provides opportunities for individuals over the age of 18 who have been court ordered to perform community service of 20 or more hours.  Read these important details to get started. >>>

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MHS' New Facility

Our new location in Detroit offers improved and highly progressive animal housing, an expanded veterinary center, and a community dog park. Check it out!

Feline Low-Cost Spay/Neuter

$50 per male, $65 per female, price includes the procedure, hospitalization, and anesthesia.

March for Animals

Join us with or without your pet at one or more of this year's fundraising walks to support homeless animals in Michigan.

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