Support Us Other ways to help Volunteer We currently have the following volunteering opportunities at Animals in Distress: Volunteer in our charity shops We are always looking for volunteers to join our friendly retail teams in our charity shops across Torbay and South Devon. We could not run our shops without the dedicated help of all our fantastic volunteers. If you like meeting people and would like to learn new skills, make new friends and build your CV and confidence, then please consider volunteering for a few hours a week in one of our shops. You would be part of our friendly team of fun and professional volunteers, and you would be helping the animals in our care at the same time. We currently have volunteering opportunities available in all of our shops, and we especially need more help on Saturdays. The work is varied and can include: serving customers working on a till creating window displays sorting, sizing and displaying stock We are also interested in the skills you can bring, such as knowledge about merchandising, or collectables. If you would like to help at one of our shops, either pop in to your local shop and enquire, or call the Rescue Centre on 01803 812121 and ask for Kim Marie Veasey. Warehouse Sorter We are looking for a Volunteer Warehouse Sorter to help out in our Outlet Warehouse in Paignton. To apply, call Kim Marie Veasey on 01803 812121. Collection Box Co-ordinator We are looking for someone to help co-ordinate our collection boxes in the local community. If you like to get out and about and meet people, and would like to help the animals at the Rescue Centre at the same time, this could be the role for you. Download a job description here Events volunteer We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us with our events. If you love meeting people and can spare a few hours to support us during our event season, please get in touch. Download a job description here Work experience students: we are sorry but we cannot take any more work experience students at the moment. We continue to support veterinary college students and Duke of Edinburgh students, but we have very limited capacity for placements.