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Volunteer for a Cause You Love

Are you passionate about animals? Do you want to make a difference by raising awareness of the challenges they face? 

Educate, Advocate, Empower:
Join Our Mission to Create A More Compassionate World for all Species 

Verify Humanity are working towards redefining the relationship humans have with animals. We believe that a relationship built on understanding and kindness would allow humans and animals to peacefully co-exist, and would prevent animal abuse and exploitation. To achieve this, we focus on raising awareness of the issues animals face, sharing knowledge and empowering people to take compassionate action. We believe that, together, we can make a meaningful difference to the lives of animals, but we can't do it without you.

'Speciesism' is the human-held belief that certain species have more value than others.

Volunteer Opportunities

You don't need to be highly skilled to make a difference with us. We value enthusiasm and love for animals above all else. If none of the listed roles are suitable for you let's get our heads together and personalise one for you. Email us here.

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Giving and Gaining:
The Beauty of Volunteering

As a volunteer, you'll not only have the chance to contribute to a cause you love, but to also benefit personally and professionally from the experience. 


Make a Difference

You have the power to make a real and meaningful difference in the lives of animals. Your time and effort will help to raise awareness, fuel change and contribute to a more compassionate society. 

Learn & Grow

Verify Humanity offers a unique opportunity for personal growth and learning. You'll gain valuable knowledge about animal welfare issues, conservation efforts, and strategies for effecting change. You'll also gain technical skills and experience in areas such as marketing, managing, designing, research or writing. These skills can be applied not just within the organisation but also in your personal and professional life.

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Join a Community

By becoming a volunteer, you'll be welcomed into a passionate and supportive community of like-minded individuals who share your love for animals. The friendships and connections you make can be lifelong and incredibly rewarding.

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What Our Volunteers Say

It has been a great pleasure working with Kate and the team from Verify Humanity over the last 6 months. I was new to the UK from South Africa and needed a gentle landing place, where I could feel needed, appreciated, and supported. The team at Verify Humanity works tirelessly to defend those with no voice, and it was a pleasure being part of something so much bigger than myself. Kate and her team are passionate, kind, compassionate, and competent individuals who care about the world we live in. Such a voice is laudable, and should never be quietened. Verify Humanity will always have my heart and my support through all of their inspiring work. I will always feel part of the team, and recommend anyone spend some time within the organisation to really feel part of something so worthwhile. My greatest thanks go to the whole team for this opportunity.

Vanessa Randon - Specialised Trainer

Steps to Becoming a Volunteer

1. Choose a role either from our job board,  LinkedIN or other adverts

2. Email your CV to us and organise a welcome meeting

3. Fill in the Application Form and upload proof of your right to work in the UK

4. Do online Essential Training

5. Do online Specialised Training (if necessary)

6.  Meeting to sign off your Essential Training Sign  + give you your Email Address

7.  Meet Volunteer Buddy and complete your volunteer buddy task

8.  Start at Verify Humanity!

Every Animal Matters: Be Their Voice

We firmly believe that every animal is unique and matters. Verify Humanity is dedicated to promoting compassionate conservation, emphasising the rights and wellbeing of every individual animal. By joining us, you will become an advocate for the voiceless and help make a positive impact on their lives.

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