Bideawee in Westhampton Offers Volunteer Orientation Training

Baxter knows the importance of a loving pet/owner relationship
Baxter knows the importance of a loving pet/owner relationship. Photo: Colleen Peterson

Because it’s Back to School time, Bideawee in Westhampton is offering additional Volunteer Orientations for moms who may have some available time during the day.

There will be two orientations, including one on Wednesday, September 18 and another on Thursday, September 19, from 11 a.m.–12 p.m. on both days.

Anyone interested in improving the lives of animals by becoming a Bideawee volunteer can register for these classes at 410 East 38th Street in Manhattan or at 118 Old Country Road in Westhampton by calling 866-262-8133 and speaking with a Volunteer Manager at either location.

Bideawee volunteers are a vital part of the organization. They walk dogs, socialize cats, attend events, help with administrative tasks and participate in various pet therapy programs. Bideawee has more than 400 volunteers who provide more than 13,500 hours of service helping pets and their owners.

For more than 100 years, Bideawee has been the leading pet welfare organization serving metropolitan New York and Long Island. Through a vast array of services, Bideawee cultivates and supports the lifelong relationships between pets and the people who love them.

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