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GET INVOLVED

Thank you for your interest in getting involved with UAAC!

Your donations, volunteering, sponsorship, and fostering will help UAAC continue to find loving homes for our rescue animals.

Volunteer

Shelter Volunteers

Responsible volunteers are needed seven days a week between 10 AM and 6 PM to complete the following tasks:

Brush and groom animals

Maintain facilities
Answer office phones
Walk dogs (18 years and older, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian)
Are you outgoing? Come help our animals find their forever homes at our next adoption event! Times and locations vary.

Young Volunteers (Under 16)

Below are some suggestions for younger volunteers:

Coordinate donation drives for items on the UAAC wishlist

Host an event to raise donation money
Put together goodie bags for adopted animals to take home (we provide supplies)
Make blankets, beds, or cat towers for the kennels
Help spread the word by passing our flyers and informing your local community

Foster

Love Cats? We need foster homes for our special needs and older cats, as well as mother cats and their kittens.

Love dogs? We also need special homes for older dogs and puppies.

Cat Volunteer at Utah Animal Adoption Center Event

Become a Sponsor!

Corporate sponsorship is a great way to promote and associate your business with an organization with a reputation as leaders in the animal welfare movement in Utah. UAAC holds several fundraising events each year that target pet-loving people from all across the Wasatch Front, in addition to the year-round funding opportunities available at our shelter. Sponsorship is available at all levels and can also include in-kind donations.

For additional information on how to partner with UAAC, contact Samantha Iverson Johnson, at (801) 540-0710 or via email at samantha@utahanimals.org. We will be happy to discuss various ways you and your business can lend your support. At UAAC, we appreciate any and all opportunities to customize sponsorship experiences for our business and community leaders.