Concern for Animals 

For 35 years, Concern for Animals has helped thousands of animals in Olympia and surrounding counties by providing funding for veterinary and rescue services as follows:

  • low cost spay/neuter 

  • emergency medical care

  • animal food bank

  • rescue & adoption

Concern for Animals depends on donations, membership, small grants and fundraising events to fund our programs for pet owners and their animals.

Volunteer Information

Sign Up for Events

To volunteer for an event, please click on the link provided in an event article, which directs you to Volunteer Spot.  Just follow the simple directions!  We know your time is valuable, so thank you for "helping those who cannot help themselves."

Serve as a Volunteer

Concern for Animals has lots of volunteer opportunities available to help our animals and programs!  We often need volunteers to help with special community and fundraising events, like Toast for Tails.  Once you’re on our volunteer list, we will send out frequent email communications about our needs and events. You can also check back here to see when new opportunities arise! To learn about some volunteer opportunities, visit our website Events page.

Volunteer Applications

Please click on volunteer application to join our team of volunteers today!  Please scan and email your application to sarah@concernforanimals.org or mail to:

Concern for Animals
1414 State Ave NE
Olympia, WA  98506

If you're already a volunteer and would like to donate your time to one of the events above, contact sarah@concernforanimals.org or call the office at (360) 489-1478.

Volunteer Training

Keep checking the website for updates.

Volunteers who have never attended a training are encouraged to attend as well as anyone interested in learning more about CFA. We welcome animal lovers over the age of 18 (if 16-18, must be accompanied by an adult).   

RSVP: Space is limited! sarah@concernforanimals.org or (360) 489-1478

The Olympia Center is in the Parks & Recreation Building: 222 Columbia Street, downtown Olympia.