The NOAH Center

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Open 7 days a week!
Mon-Fri: 11am - 6pm
Sat-Sun: 11am-5pm
(Closed major holidays)

31300 Brandstrom Road
Stanwood, WA 98292
One hour north of Seattle
Take I-5, exit 215, 300th St.
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Call and We'll answer the phone! No voicemail!
ph: (360) 629-7055
fax: (360) 629-9923

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N.O.A.H. is a 501c3, non-profit organization, and is supported solely by donations. All monetary and in-kind contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.

New Volunteer Orientations

Attending a volunteer orientation is a great way to learn more about N.O.A.H. and volunteering!

New Volunteer Orientations are mandatory. These Orientations will include an introduction to NOAH, and a brief intro to cleaning Cat “Condos”, and Dog “Suites”, plus a tour and interview.  Please call our Main Line 360-629-7055, talk to our friendly Volunteer Receptionist and reserve your spot for one of the upcoming Orientations.

Upcoming orientation dates:

Thursday June 12 5-7:00pm

Thursday June 26 5-7:00pm

Thursday July 10 5-7:00pm

Thursday July 24 5-7:00pm

Tuesday August 5 5--7:00pm

Thursday August 21 5-7:00pm

Special Training for Volunteers

Every volunteer is provided on-the-job training from a staff member or a lead volunteer. Various classes are offered...some are optional and some are mandatory. Training may or may not occur during your regularly scheduled volunteer shift. Sign-up for all classes at the front desk.

Dog 101 - All Dog Volunteers

In this hands-on class, volunteers will learn how safely handle the dogs at N.O.A.H. and how to provide Good Manners training to the dogs. Includes how to safely enter a dog suite and walk a dog on a leash. Must attend orientation before taking this training. This class is mandatory for every position that involves interacting with dogs. Sign up in the breakroom.

Upcoming Classes:

  • Email Sue Thees for a training date at suet@thenoahcenter.org

Cats 101 – Cat Behavior and Handling Class

In this class, volunteers will learn how safely handle the cats at N.O.A.H. and how to provide proper care for the cats. Includes how to safely enter a cat suite and/or colony, socialize with the cats and how to be aware of their body language . This class is mandatory for every position that involves interacting with cats. Must attend orientation before taking this training.Sign up in breakroom.

Upcoming Cat 101 Classes:

  • Email Sue Thees for a training date at suet@thenoahcenter.org

 

Foster Care 101 - For Foster Volunteers

One-on-one with Foster Coordinator. Learn how to feed and care for infant kittens, puppies, and moms with babies. This class is mandatory before fostering an animal. Click here for more information about N.O.A.H.'s Foster Program.

Upcoming Classes:

  • Interviews and training will be scheduled after attending orientation..

Questions? Contact Sue Thees, Volunteer Director: (360) 629-7055, suet@thenoahcenter.org