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Thank you for your interest in volunteering!

At World Animal Protection, our volunteers are involved in various ways, including joining or leading fundraising committees, event planning committees, donor stewardship, research, publicity, marketing and office administration. We are currently welcoming applications from individuals interested in volunteering in Toronto. Please note that World Animal Protection does not have any field work or work that directly involves contact with animals available in Canada.

To apply, please fill in and submit our online application form.

Once we receive your application, someone from our office will contact you if an opportunity becomes available that matches your skills.

If you have more questions or would like more ideas on how you can get involved, we would be happy to set-up some time to chat. Please email us at info@worldanimalprotection.ca or call us at 1 800 363 9772. Our offices are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm EDT.

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June 19 2018
After an emotional, uncertain few months, authorities have agreed to free Rangila the bear from a substandard zoo in Nepal. We helped rescue Rangila from the ‘dancing bear’ trade in December 2017, but he was then secretly taken to a zoo instead of a sanctuary
June 18 2018
Earlier this year, the vast and desolate Eastern Steppe of Mongolia experienced a natural disaster known as a “Black Dzud”; bringing with it extremely low temperatures and high winds for weeks on end. A dzud of this type occurs when a harsh winter follows a very dry summer.
June 08 2018
Our partner Education for Nature (ENV) fights to curb the demand for bear bile and put a stop to bear bile farming. Read about a day in the life of ENV's vice-director, Ha Bui, and share in her dedicated work to protect bears from suffering