Celtic Corgi Rescue

How can you help? Volunteer opportunities are available with Celtic Corgi Rescue, who are in need of foster homes, transport volunteers, and fund raisers. 

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volunteer Application

A. LOCAL DRIVING. Driving foster corgis to/from vet appointments, from shelters to fosters, from fosters to forever homes, and supply runs. This is normally less than 50 miles per trip.
B. TRANSPORT. Participating in ground transport relay getting newly adopted to forever homes. This will usually be 100 miles more or less.
C. FUNDRAISING. Participating and/or organization fundraisers for the rescue and soliciting donations.
D. WEBSITE DESIGN. Helping to organize and arrange our rescues website, including production of user friendly interactive forms for use in the application process.
E. APPLICATION PROCESSING. Review applications, confirm vet references.
F. FOSTERING. Providing a safe home environment to a corgi in need until permanently adopted. (Hospice fostering would be providing a performant home environment to a corgi to old or sick to be adopted, but not so old or sick that he/she can’t have a quality life for a bit).
For FOSTERING ONLY, please continue through question 4)

1. HOME:



2. CURRENT PETS:







3. VETERINARY REFERENCES:

4. ARE YOU READY?




All of the information I have provided on this application is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that falsifying answers on this application, or at any other time during the adoption process, may result in the application being denied.

By submitting this form, I acknowledge that:

  • If my application is approved I am a volunteer of my own free will into a position for which there is no monetary compensation.
  • I will be reimbursed upon request for Rescue pre-approved expenses, such as mileage, dog food and supplies.
  • I have adequate health, property, vehicle, and homeowner’s insurance to cover any losses I may suffer as a result of this volunteer activity.
  • I will hold Celtic Corgi Rescue harmless for any damage or loss caused during fostering, transport, or any other volunteer activity with the Rescue, including damage or loss of property, injury to person or pets, or loss of life.