Volunteer Opportunities

We do not operate a physical shelter, so hands-on opportunities with animals are limited. All volunteer needs are posted on our HSCMC Volunteer Team group on Facebook. To receive notifications, just click the link & ask to “join group.”

  • Food Donation & Supply Pickups – Our community is very generous to our needs, and we are often asked to pick up donations collected from supply drives, local stores, etc.
  • Re-Tail Store – Everything in our store is donated by the community. Items are priced, organized & creatively displayed within our small space.
  • Food Bank Assistant – Inventory & organize food on shelves and keeps floors & shelves tidy. Assist clients with food & litter requests.
  • Administrative – answering phones, greeting clients, paperwork, data entry 
  • Graphic Design – Website design/editing, flyers, graphics, posters, etc. to help educate our community, advertise events, etc.
  • Handyman – There is always something in the building that needs repair or updating. Let us know what your skills are, and we can probably find a need!
  • Light Cleaning – Laundry, sweeping, breaking down cardboard recycleds, etc. 
  • Outreach – set up at community events to educate about Humane Society programs & services 
  • Beautification Projects – Trimming bushes, light landscaping, decorating for holidays, etc. Bring your ideas for improvements!
  • Humane Education – Help us increase compassion and respect for animals by providing presentations to children and adults about bite-prevention, animal welfare, responsible pet ownership and the current state of animal welfare in our community. Free presentations are made available to schools and community organizations. This is something you can possible do WITH your pet if he or she is well-suited for the job!
  • Internships – Earn college credit while helping your community. Contact us with your major & skillset to see if we can be a good match! 
  • Board Member – Apply to be a board member of the Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County. Help set the direction and policies of your Humane Society!
  • Anti-Tethering and Chaining Program (ATCP) – Educate our Clarksville neighbors about improving the quality of life for dogs being left on a chain or caring in general for pets during the hot summer and cold winter months.