Serve on a Committee

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Our Mission

“Routt County Humane Society is a community resource that helps animals in need through sheltering, adoption, education, veterinary services and community outreach.”

Board and Committee Recruitment Form

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Name*
Address*
Would you like to be added to our email list?*
Please let us know why you are interested in serving as a volunteer on a Routt County Humane Society committee or as a Board member?

Upcoming Opportunities

Committee participation allows people to contribute in their areas of expertise and interest. It does not require people to be on the Board of Directors and is a great introduction to the organization.

Which RCHS opportunities interest you?*
RCHS governance and management has identified a need for help in the following areas. Please select all opportunities that interest you.
Please describe your skills and professional experience that apply to our needs as an organization. How can you help RCHS to carry out our mission?
Do you aggree with the Routt County Humane Society's mission?*
"We are a nonprofit community resource dedicated to encouraging respect for the dignity and worth of all animals by providing safe haven, promoting adoption, and decreasing the number of unwanted pets. We believe in second chances and are committed to advocating for animals and the people who love them."
Confidentiality Agreement*
Are you willing to sign a confidentiality agreement with Routt County Humane Society to protect private and confidential information about the organization and the community members we serve?
Have you ever been charged or convicted of sexual assault, indecent exposure, or sexually explicit conduct against a child or adult?*
Have you ever been charged or convicted of assault, criminal threatening, or reckless conduct?*
Have you ever been charged or convicted of unauthorized entry, robbery, theft or fraud?*
Have you ever been investigated for or convicted of animal cruelty, hoarding, neglect, or abuse?*

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