Become a NVADG Volunteer
Do you have willingness to help out during emergency evacuations? The physical demands of being a NVADG volunteer run the gamut from simply answering the phone or assembling crates all the way to swiftwater rescue. Working with emergency services, volunteers assist the evacuation of humans by assuring the evacuation of their pets. Join us!
Due to the fact that we work with emergency services, all volunteers are required to attend a two-day training to learn (and refresh) emergency protocols.
Our annual training is Saturday and Sunday, January 25 & 26, 2014. A $25 training fee is requested, to help offset our costs. Scholarships are available.
Block out that weekend and plan to spend a few days learning (or refreshing) vital skills and making new friends. If you aren't on our mailing list, add your name to our "newsletter" list (see box on the right of this screen). Training notices are emailed - so be sure to enter your email address carefully!
Check this out! Our technical rescue team is expanding. If boats and ropes and helicopters interest you - join us! Previous experience not required - just the willingness to learn.
Have a interest in spending a few hours on philanthropy? Join the committee working on our Capital Campaign. We're working to acquire a new storage/classroom facility!