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Animal Lifeline Of Iowa Charity Profile
Animal Lifeline of Iowa, Inc. is a no-kill special needs animal shelter that accepts unowned dogs and cats who are handicapped, injured, have a serious medical condition, pregnant or nursing, and orphans that need to be bottle fed. Animal Lifeline (ALI) is supported solely by donations.
ALI is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Mission Statement: Animal Lifeline is a no kill animal shelter seeking to reduce the number of special needs dogs and cats that are euthanized by providing care, temporary shelter, and by promoting positive long-term pet guardianship.
Animal Lifeline Of Iowa Volunteer Information
Much of the work necessary to keep the Shelter operating and the animals well cared for is done by volunteers. Please join the other wonderful compassionate animal-loving volunteers here and help us care for our special animals!
To volunteer as a Direct Animal Care volunteer, you must be 16 years of age or 14 years of age with a parent or guardian that will be volunteering with you.
Many children that are interested in volunteering that are under the age of 14, start volunteering by baking dog biscuits for us! 'So check out that opportunity below.
Direct Animal Care:
If you love animals and would like to get lots of hands-on time with them, this is the area for you! ALI prioritizes special-needs animals--animals without owners who are sick, injured, pregnant, nursing, orphaned or handicapped.
Jobs in this area would include: cleaning, feeding, medical care, socializing, walking, bathing, grooming. You can choose dogs or cats (or both!) There is nothing quite as rewarding as seeing a dog or cat recover and once healthy again, find a good loving home!
Volunteer Hours: Volunteer hours for direct animal care: 8 am to Noon and 6 pm to 8 pm --7 days a week. The animals need care every day of the year.
Animal Lifeline Of Iowa Donation Information
Animal Lifeline of Iowa is a special needs no-kill animal shelter.
Seventy percent of our work is done by our caring volunteers, and we receive no government assistance.
All donations go directly to care for and help animals in need.
Animal Lifeline of Iowa is a tax exempt, non-profit organization.
Donations are deductible to the full extent allowed by law.