Become a Volunteer
Volunteer with Wildlife Rescue League
The Wildlife Rescue League is always looking for volunteers who live in Northern Virginia (the cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, Manassas and Manassas Park, and the counties of Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, and Fauquier) to help wildlife in need. WRL depends on licensed wildlife rehabilitators, transporters, and helpline volunteers to achieve its mission.
In addition, WRL is always looking for new volunteers with a wide array of skills from graphic arts, social media marketing, content creation, event coordination, public outreach, data entry, photography, fundraising and administration.
If you live elsewhere, and want to help wildlife, contact local animal shelters, humane societies, or the state game agency, or a local wildlife rehabilitator at National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association.
Available volunteer positions
Other Ways to Volunteer
Write, photograph, or draw for our newsletter, web site, brochure, mailouts, etc.
Work art shows and fairs and other community events.
Collect, store and/or donate supplies and equipment for rehabilitation
How to Get Started
To show your interest in becoming a volunteer, please fill out our Volunteer Questionnaire. A Volunteer Coordinator will contact you with more information about current volunteer opportunities.
For more information please call (703) 440-0800 x 6, or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.