Volunteer form

If you would like to become a Wildlife Aid volunteer or apply for a Work Experience placement please fill in the form below.

PLEASE NOTE ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE OVER 18

Please enter your name, address, email address and your preferences for when you would like to help out. *=Required

WE ARE BASED IN LEATHERHEAD IN SURREY 

PLEASE ONLY APPLY IF YOU CAN EASILY REACH US!!

Please note: All applications will be reviewed equally; however we always put the needs of our patients first.  Therefore if you do not disclose something on your application that may later affect your ability to care for our patients, then we reserve the right to terminate your volunteering role with us with immediate effect.

PLEASE NOTE THAT DURING THE WINTER MONTHS (NOVEMBER TO FEBRUARY) WE DO NOT RECRUIT THE SAME NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS AS WE DO THE REST OF THE YEAR AS THE HOSPITAL IS VERY QUIET.  IF YOU RECEIVE A REPLY SAYING THAT THERE ARE NO VACANCIES PLEASE RE-APPLY IN A COUPLE OF MONTH’S TIME

Animal Care Vacancies

There are always Animal Care vacancies, but as they change quite frequently it is usually best to wait until you have been for your induction to see what’s currently available.  If there is nothing that suits you we can put you on the waiting list.

Don’t forget there are other roles available (centre maintenance and reception) and once you have been for an induction you will be given a list of all the vacant shifts.

Please allow 10 days for a response to your application.








Date of birth*:

Gender*:


How did you hear about The Wildlife Aid Foundation?*

Have you volunteered with Wildlife Aid before?*

Which area are you most interested in?*

Regular commitment

If you are applying for the Animal Care role or the Hospital Receptionist role, please confirm that you are willing to commit to a regular ongoing shift at the hospital.

Please answer 'yes' to the question below.

NB. Monday - Friday shifts are a weekly commitment, and weekend shifts can be either weekly or fortnightly.

If you are applying for any other role then you can choose 'no' below.

 Yes No

Which of these best describes your employment status?*

Animal feeding

As part of the role of Animal Carer, volunteers are required to prepare suitable food for the different birds and mammals. Many of our patients require a diet which may include chopped up chick, maggots or mealworms, and volunteers should be prepared to deal with these items when preparing feeds.

Are you willing to learn to deal with dead day-old chicks?*:

Are you willing to learn to chop up maggots / mealworms?*:

Are you willing to learn to handle bats, snakes, mice?*:

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