Action for Wildlife
Focus: Animal care and Community.
Become a wildlife volunteer at Action for Wildlife, a first aid station dedicated to the care and treatment of injured wild animals. Work and learn from experienced people and get in touch with the wildlife of northern Greece.
“Action for Wildlife” is a non-profit organization dedicated to provide first aid and care for injured wild animals. Our team is supported solely by voluntary work.
Costs & Benefits
Your role will be to take care of the animals in collaboration with our passionate volunteers and supervisors. You will come into contact with wild animals in our facilities and participate in rehabilitation programmes.
Action for Wildlife voluntary work is one of the main principles for its function. Voluntary work is not measured in numbers, but it has clearly qualitive characteristics. A volunteer is not a mean to the success of our work, but a person willing to offer to the society and be a participant to our aims through his/her action. Whoever wants to participate as a volunteer can do so in various ways:
First aids and everyday care - No veterinary knowledge is needed, only will to help and respect to the animals every afternoon at Micropolis.
Collection of animals - If you have a car you can take animals from citizens who have found them and cannot bring them to us or from Macedonia Bus Station.
Various Tasks - Whatever you can offer due to your speciality:
- Production of printed or digital material
- Connection or meeting with bodies
- Organizing exhibitions/festivals or participation to them
- Production of educational material for young ages and not only
100EUR for the first week, 80EUR per week after that; this includes membership for a year. We don’t cover visa costs, travel costs or insurance. We offer accommodation in our facilities and two meals per day.
Volunteers aged over 18 years old. No particular skills needed, minimum two weeks stay and English speaking.
Action for Wildlife
A. Naltsa 1, Thessaloniki, 54655, Greece
Average cost per day: 12 Euros
Focus: Animal care and Community
Skills needed: Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and English speaking.