Volunteer With Us Today!
Kindred Connection's Outreach Program is exactly what you make of it.
For some of you, that may mean spending all day every day with the animals. And for others, that may mean volunteering for the minimum requirement of 3 hours daily.
Please understand that this experience is intended to be flexible, as there are a variety of factors that may arise at the time, which were not planned for ahead of time.
If you are not comfortable with sudden changes of plan, this may not be the best volunteer experience for you.
It's important to note that there are typically only 3-4 days of clinics. The days before and after may not be as action packed as the clinics themselves, although the work is still equally as important.
Make sure to check out the itinerary before signing up.
We are partnering with Lotus Shores Siargao to provide affordable and quality rooms at the only conscious, vegan lodging on the island.
However, if you prefer to stay elsewhere, then you're more than welcome to! Simply opt for our STANDARD PACKAGE, instead.
All packages will provide 4 complimentary yoga classes with Kayla, and daily breakfast (vegan) at Lotus Shores Siargao.
Yoga classes are NOT required. Nor will the Outreach Program be ran like a yoga retreat. We simply believe in providing mind-body support for those who are offering their energy to support our projects.
*We do not require any vet and/or medical experience in order to volunteer on our Outreach Program*
By signing up for our Outreach Program, you are required to volunteer a minimum of 3 hours daily.
Please note that the actual clinic will be running for 3 out of 8 days available. Although we don't have a clinic daily, the days in between are just as important and need just as much help!
All volunteers should be comfortable with animals.
Please note that Kindred Connections, organizers, teachers, and/or other volunteers are not responsible for any injuries, illnesses, and/or mishaps which may arise as a result of animal interaction during the Outreach Program or thereafter.
-General care for dogs after they are neutered/spayed
-Registration at clinic
-Check out at clinic
-Prep for clinic (paperwork, food, medication)
-Promotion/handing out fliers
-Interacting with locals
-Holding dogs to be vaccinated
-Administering mange and/or rabies vaccinations to dogs
-Muzzling dogs to be vaccinated
-Giving dogs oral mediation post-surgery
-Ensuring dogs' stitches are not infected nor torn post-surgery
-Cleaning wounds of dogs
-Cleaning up after dogs
-Transporting dogs to/from clinic