More than 100 stray dogs are under the care of the BLLAR, so the help of volunteers is very important to us, and if you love animals, this might be just what you need.
We are always happy to receive any help, and if you have useful skills, free time and a desire to help stray animals, then write to us!
Become a Volunteer
Would you like to help us bring our pets to their families? We have at least five flights each month into JFK or Logan airports with placements in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and everything in between. Our volunteers will always be meeting dogs at the airport so you’d only need to drive them to their homes. All tolls and gas expenses are reimbursed!
You can help us save more lives by becoming flight volunteers. If you are flying from Moscow to the US, and agree to take one of our animals, we will take care of everything else (any payments, meeting you at the airport, providing all the required paperwork, etc.) We have so many animals waiting for their chance! Thank you!
If you are flying from Moscow to New York, Washington DC, Boston or LA, you could help save an animal and give them a chance for a loving home.
Although these dogs are rescued from unimaginable suffering, they are kept in shelters in Russia.
Adoptive family checks
Would you like to help us choose the best family for a dog? You can conduct:
- Reference checks
- Family phone interviews
- Potential adopter home checks
Marketing /Fundraising/Photo Corrections
Would you like to assist us in promoting Big Little Life Rescue, research fundraising options, or apply your photoshop skills (basic image processing -color correction, cropping, collage making), or maybe you have video editing skills?
"One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time"
"The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention."
"No one can do everything, but everyone can do something"
"Volunteers are not paid not because they are worthless but because they are priceless."
"Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud."