Thank you for your interest in getting involved with the work we are doing here at The NOAH Center. Our organization truly runs on the power of volunteers and it would be impossible to do what we do without the generosity of dedicated, passionate individuals who give their time.
Learn about some of the ways you can volunteer your time in service of homeless pets at The NOAH Center, whether it’s volunteering at our Adoption Center, in our Clinic, fostering orphaned puppies or kittens, or holding a fundraiser.
Our Volunteers are what keeps our work moving forward, and the more helping hands we have, the bigger the impact we can make. Together, we can save more homeless pets! Join us and volunteer your time with The NOAH Center.
Become A Foster
Our Foster Families extend the walls of our facility and allow us to say “yes” to more than a thousand underage puppies and kittens each year. Each new Foster Family means more babies saved. Learn more about opening your home to a litter in need.
We welcome groups who are excited to lend a helping hand for a day and often have projects in mind around the facility. Get the whole gang together and head out to The NOAH Center for a work-party! Learn more about how you and your group can help out.
ATTEND AN EVENT
The NOAH Center hosts several events throughout the year including major fundraising events like comedy show, Laugh Your Tail Off and community engagement events like dog treat walk, Wag-O-Ween. Join us for a fun time supporting homeless pets!
HOLD A FUNDRAISER
Host a bake sale, clean out your garage, hold a food drive, run a 5k. There are so many fun ways that you can get involved with our work, raise funds for The NOAH Center, and have a great time doing it. Learn more about how you can help!
ADOPT A PET
Adopting a new friend from The NOAH Center saves two lives; the pet you bring into your life, and the newcomer we can now transfer to our Adoption Center.
If you have been thinking about welcoming a new friend into your home, check out the cats and dogs who are available to go home today! Each is spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and ready to meet you.
Read about our work via articles written by our own team.
On Friday, August 27th, The NOAH Center partnered with the Humane Society of Tulsa in Oklahoma and Wings of Rescue to fly Xander and 17 other dogs to the Pacific Northwest. Each dog was at risk of euthanasia in Tulsa, one of the states with the most overcrowded...