Fetching Hope Rescue

Fetching Hope Rescue is an ALL VOLUNTEER run non-profit organization. Volunteers are what keeps this organization going so that we can continue to save the lives of homeless dogs. So how can you help?

Foster
Open your Maine home to a homeless dog. We could save SO many more dogs if we had more fosters. When we pull a dog from our southern partners, it opens up a kennel for another homeless dog!
If you'd like to learn more about becoming a Foster, please email Justine, our Foster Coordinator: fosterfetchinghope@gmail.com

Please fill out an application to foster if you're ready to get the process started! http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/FI7a3hz9RP7T4ebEw

Foster Dog Support
Do you want to lend your time to help rescue dogs? We are looking for volunteers that would be available to offer support to our fosters. This includes delivering food and arrival kits to our foster homes, driving a dog to their vet appointment, bringing them to an event, etc. Volunteers must have reliable transportation and live in Southern Maine (unless you don't mind driving!). 
If you'd like to learn more about this volunteer opportunity, please email Alissa, our Director: transportfetchinghope@gmail.com


Transport Driver
Transport volunteers are responsible for picking dogs up from the transport truck and delivering them to their foster homes. The pick up times are usually between 2pm-3pm on Saturdays in Shapleigh, ME. As a volunteer, you can commit when it fits in with your schedule. Without our transport volunteers, we wouldn't be able to get dogs into foster care! This is an important volunteer role within our rescue. 
If you'd like to learn more about becoming a Transport Driver, please email Ingrid, our Transport Coordinator: logisticsfetchinghope@gmail.com

Event Attendee
Events are "on paws" due to Covid-19 restrictions.