Volunteer at Wolf Haven

Volunteers generously give their time, talent and support to Wolf Haven International. We simply could not successfully continue to focus on our mission without their help. Volunteers help to increase understanding, appreciation, and conservation of wolves, wildlife and South Sound prairie. They serve as ambassadors in the community, promoting Wolf Haven, wolves and native prairie species.

◊ Volunteer Orientation course is full – now closed to further enrollments.

Consider becoming a volunteer! What is it like to volunteer at a wolf sanctuary? Join us at Wolf Haven on Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 1:00 – 2:30 to learn what’s involved in becoming a Wolf Haven volunteer.  RSVP with your name and phone number to Cindy Irwin, Director of Education and Volunteer Services, 360.264.4695 x222.

Volunteer opportunities include:

  • sanctuary guide
  • docent
  • prairie educator
  • grounds
  • outreach

*Volunteers must be 17 years or older.

If you are already know that you want to volunteer at Wolf Haven, complete the Volunteer Application & return to Cindy Irwin. Watch this six-minute interview with Cindy.

Meet Wolf Haven’s Volunteer of the Quarter, Richard Nichols.