How you can help

As an all-volunteer organization, we rely on our volunteers.

We can’t do it without you!


  • Foster a dog awaiting adoption?
  • Return or make phone calls?
  • Transport dogs that are coming in to rescue?
  • Donate supplies such as leashes, collars, dog toys, blankets or towels?
  • Donate office supplies, especially stamps?
  • Donate cash in any amount?  (Click on DONATE above)
  • Distribute brochures to vet offices?
  • Conduct home visits for potential adoptive families?
  • Help at fund-raising or promotional events?

If you would like to donate your time or talents to Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada, fill out the volunteer application.
Volunteers must be 18 years of age or over unless accompanied and directed by a parent or guardian.

The Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to further discuss your Volunteer application.


Confidentiality Agreement 

As a volunteer for Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada, I will have access to and may learn certain information of a proprietary or confidential nature.
Such information may include, but is not limited to, personal, private and confidential address lists for donors, adoption applicants, organization members and volunteers, confidential donation information, confidential adoption lists, fund-raising techniques, financial data, promotion and marketing activity and plans, web site access and/or database access and other information relating to the Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada’s operation which is not generally known and/or disclosed to the public.
I agree to share such information only with board members and designated committee volunteers of Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada who have a need to know. When sharing information with committee volunteers, I agree to alert them that the information is confidential and may not be shared with anyone else. I agree not to share such information with any other persons, inside or outside the organization, without prior written consent of Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada or by two members of the Board of GRRSN.