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Angel’s Rest Animal Sanctuary
PO Box 152
New Richmond, Ohio 45157

How do I get there? Drive
Mission Statement: To end animal suffering and needless euthanasia of shelter animals.
Volunteer Coordinator: Perla Medina Kinne /
Volunteer Tasks & Hours:
Tasks & Hours: Volunteer at events, KY Speedway, Reds Games, Bengals Games. Assist in running Angels Rest Thrift Store F, SAT or SUN. Work as Kennel Tech. Pick up donation cans. Walk dogs etc.
Minimum time commitment: 1 hour per month

Ohio Alleycat Resource
5619 Orlando Place
Cincinnati, OH 45236

How do I get there? Bike, Car, Bus
Mission Statement: Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to enrich the lives of cats and communities in Greater Cincinnati by providing low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services for ferals, strays and pets; offering TNR (trap-neuter-return) and other outreach programs; and running a small, no-kill adoption center dedicated to finding loving homes.
Volunteer Coordinator: John Korra and Merridith Curry / / 513-871-7297
Volunteer Tasks & Hours: Adoption Hosting- 1-3 hours on Saturdays and Sundays, hours vary by location, but are normally from 12pm-4pm. Volunteers will enjoy interacting with adoptable cats and potential adopters while learning how a non-profit cat shelter functions on a daily basis. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in helping support a local non-profit and working with cats.
Minimum Time: No Minimum

Pedigree Consignments
9889 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati OH 45242

How do I get there: Car
Mission Statement:
Pedigree is Cincinnati's premier nonprofit fine furniture, accessory and jewelry consignment shop.  All net proceeds from the store support United Coalition for Animals (UCAN), a non-profit 501C (3) charitable organization. UCAN's mission is to provide high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter services to decrease the number of dogs and cats unnecessarily put to death in Greater Cincinnati shelters every year.  Your support is greatly appreciated.
Volunteer Coordinator:
Bridgette Huerkamp / / 513-793-7387
Volunteer Tasks & Hours:
The store is staffed by volunteers that work with customers to process donations and purchases. Monday thru Friday 10 am - 6 pm and Saturday 10 am - 5 pm.  Volunteers work 4 hour shifts.  We're also looking for students who are interested in marketing, merchandising, design and social media.
Minimum Time Commitment:
2 hours per week

The Scratching Post
6948 Plainfield Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236

How do I get there? Drive, Bus (Route 4)
Mission Statement: We are a non-profit cat shelter and adoption center dedicated to the health and welfare of Greater Cincinnati's cat population.
Volunteer Coordinator: Kathleen Reinhold / / 513-984-9399
Volunteer Tasks & Hours: Help with cats in shelter:Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 9-2. Thurs 9-8p. Sat & Sun 9-4
Minimum Time Commitment: 1 hour per week

Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue
2524 Jett Hill Road
New Richmond OH 45157

How do I get there:  Car
Mission Statement:
Payton’s Place / Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer based organization, dedicated to placing homeless Doberman Pinschers into new and loving homes.
Volunteer Coordinator:
Sandra Henriques / / 513-553-2660
Volunteer Tasks & Hours:
Morning Kennel - Monday thru Sunday 8AM-11AM  Evening Kennel - Monday thru Sunday 5PM-7PM  Various work (cleaning kennels, cleaning yards, walking dogs, laundry, landscaping, attending adoptiong events, transporting dogs to vet, etc.) - hours are flexible
Minimum Time Commitment:
No Minimum

Three Sisters/ Ohio Hound Rescue
3838 Red Bank Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45219

How do I get there? Drive
Mission Statement: The Three Sisters are just that: Three Sisters! We live in Cincinnati's West side, and we rescue pets from overcrowded and high-kill shelters. Once rescued, a pet will have time to live with us in our homes where we can temperament test them. We can see how they do with people of varying ages and other pets. We can help them heal from the stressful shelter environment by getting them the medical attention they need and by placing them in loving foster homes.
Volunteer Coordinator: Amy Dill / / 513-584-8817
Volunteer Tasks & Hours: We need students to help at various events (like My Furry Valentine and PRIDE) and we also need students who can walk and spend time with our fosters.  We may be able to provide community service hours for students who are qualified to foster for us as well :)
Minimum Time: No minimum