Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming a volunteer for the Humane Society of North Texas. Once you complete the form, click the Continue button at the bottom.


Name and address


Demographic Information


Locations

Which location are you interested in volunteering at?



Emergency Contact


Type of Service

Is this lawyer referred or court ordered community service? If yes, please email erawlins@hsnt.org to schedule your time.



Volunteer Requirement

Can you please confirm that you are able to volunteer at HSNT for a minimum of 4 hours per month after you attend volunteer orientation?



Volunteering in Keller

Due to the high volume of volunteer applicants for our Keller locations, our Keller opportunities are limited but please consider volunteering at our Fort Worth or Benbrook or off site adoption events near Keller.


If you are wanting to volunteer at our Keller location, currently our greater need is during weekdays between 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. What is your availability to volunteer at our Keller locations?



Are you a fluent Spanish speaking individual?


1.

Have you had prior experience at an animal shelter or in a related field? If so, where? Please indicate if you are affiliated with NCL and which Chapter, Trophy Club Women's Club, or KCAL.



2.

HSNT strives to alleviate the suffering of all animals in North Texas. Unfortunately, HSNT has to euthanize for some medical conditions or certain behavioral issues. Are you comfortable knowing this procedure will be performed at times, by our staff?



3.

Have you ever been convicted of a crime other than a minor traffic offense?




4.

If yes, please specify: (A conviction may not automatically disqualify you for volunteer work)



By clicking I agree, I certify that all answers given by me on this application or any other accompanying or required documents or during any interview process are true, accurate and complete. The falsification, misrepresentation or omission of facts will be cause for removal of my volunteer status, regardless of when or how discovered.