HCF is an all-volunteer organization. We have NO paid staff. All of the work and programs described on this site are administered and run by a small group of dedicated volunteers who love cats and want to improve the lives of all cats, not just those who are adoptable. In order to continue our work, we need more volunteers. You will be trained and mentored by experienced volunteers and never asked to do anything you are not comfortable doing. Please consider one of the following roles:
Trapping: Transporting, setting up, and monitoring humane traps at colonies where HCF is administering TNR programs. We especially need volunteers who can help elderly or disabled caretakers trap or transport cats to clinics during weekday hours.
Transporting: Transporting trapped cats to clinics, and back to their colonies - please note that cats must be transported inside an enclosed vehicle for their safety - if you have an SUV, station wagon, truck with a cap, van, or car that you are willing to place traps in, please consider helping us with this vital role
Public Relations: Help HCF raise awareness of our programs by staffing a table at various local events such as The Dog Jog and educational events.
Self-directed Fundraising: We are always in need of dry cat food for our "Feed the Ferals" program and funds to cover our program costs. If you or your group (church, scouts, 4-H, etc) want to help HCF by collecting food or donations, we would be very grateful for the assistance.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email us your contact information (name, phone, best time to call) and we will get back to you with more information.