Volunteers are our lifeblood. Together, we can make an impact.

When you volunteer with PetPromise you make a difference for homeless animals whether you help place a pet in a loving home, deliver dog food to a needy family with pets, join the fundraising committee, help build a shelter for feral cats, or solicit sponsorships for the annual PetPromise Rescue Run. We are a fun group who is serious about animal welfare.

FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE PetPromise fundraising is a great way to get engaged.

RESCUE RUN PetPromise’s largest annual fundraiser. This 5K walk /run happens in the Arena District in Columbus on Memorial Day Saturday.

GRANT-WRITING Grants allow for growth. Skilled grant writers are sought to help with our success.

FOSTERING Fosters touch and shape the life of a pet on a daily basis.

OUTREACH COMMITTEE Outreach work centers around prevention, education and community support.

COMMUNICATION AND PR PetPromise voice is only heard if we get it out there. Marketing, design and PR skills are helpful in our charge.

And the Volunteer of the Quarter Award goes to…Brittany Labrador!!!

Volunteer brittany labrador

When it came time for the Board to discuss who deserved this recognition for the quarter, it was an easy decision.

Brittany began adding value to our organization from the beginning. As soon as she got involved with PetPromise, she raised her hand and began leveraging her skills as a photographer to take pictures of our rescue pets and helping out wherever she could. Over the past few months, Brittany has stepped up in a huge way! We needed help in social media, so Brittany jumped in and began contributing by coordinating with our program leads to get content for social media and providing consistent social media presence for us, which is a critical part of keeping the public engaged with our organization. Then it came time to start promoting Rescue Run, and Brittany continued to help by putting together all the posts thanking our sponsors, sharing Rescue Run information, and making sure the info we needed to get out to the public was in place, all while also preparing for a significant surgical procedure that would involve months off of work and a long recovery. Fortunately Brittany’s good karma is working well and she is recovering nicely! We are incredibly fortunate to have Brittany on our team, and are super grateful for her dedication to PetPromise! Thank you Brittany!!


Get to know us, fill out an a volunteer release, then join us at an event or a meeting.

Email us at pets@petpromise.org

download the volunteer release