The mission of SOAR is to rescue purebred Airedale Terriers who have found themselves without a home, and help them get started on the road to a happy, new life.
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April 25, 2020
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Applications Coordinator (Michigan and Indiana)
Here is an overview of the skills needed for this position. This volunteer(s) does not need to be located in Michigan or Indiana as the work is done via computer and telephone. Mentoring is available to get started. We might get from 1 to 5 applicants per month in each of these states.
- Need to be good with the computer and telephone
- Acknowledge applications as they come in
- Do telephone interviews with applicants
- Do reference checks with vets and references
- Arrange for home visits
- Follow up if necessary
- Inform applicant of outcome
- Work with the coordinator(s) who have dogs on any potential matches for approved homes
- Keep track of paperwork
Questions? Contact Marsha Roush at email@example.com or 937-885-5941
SOAR is an all volunteer organization. We are always looking for people with a soft spot for Airedales who can help us. If you have some extra time, please join us in our mission to place adoptable Airedales in loving new homes.
SOAR does not have a facility; instead we all work out of our homes and communicate by phone, email and our website. Our volunteer positions fall into 3 broad categories: Foster, Hands On and Support, all of which are defined below.
SOAR needs the help of many volunteers in order to rescue Airedales, care for them, and place them in loving homes. One of the most rewarding and satisfying ways is to become a foster family. It's not always easy, but it is critical to a successful adoption.
The purpose of a foster home is to provide a home environment while evaluating the dog's behavior around other dogs, children, and to observe the dog's personality, attitude and temperament. Most dogs need help with something, whether it's house-training, separation anxiety, shyness, jumping on people or just plain house manners. Our fosters help them to become better pets and more adoptable.
Hands On Positions
- doing home visits
- - transporting
Coordinator and/or Area Surrender Coordinator as well as the Volunteer Coordinator .
- - Newsletter editor
- Writing Thank You Notes
- Annual Calendar publication
- Merchandise Manager
- Vet Committee
- Web site support
- Helping wth Outreach and Education
- Professional help such as accounting, finance, legal, public relations, etc.
Help get the word out about SOAR with these attractive T-shirts. These medium blue shirts are 100% cotton Gildan T-shirts screened with the original SOAR logo.
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