Right now we are looking for responsible adults who are willing to donate a bit of their time each month to help Rabbit Rescue. Positions we desperately need:
- Fundraising – We need multiple personnel to independently generate ideas and work with the Director to execute fundraising initiatives.
- Advocates – Also multiple personnel to go to your local pet shop to raise awareness about Rabbit Rescue Inc as well as ask for supply donations. Guide packages with signage and tools will be provided.
Also looking for many volunteers for our yearly Bunfest in Toronto:
- 2017 Vendor seeking, setup and management (multiple people would be ideal)
- Organize and recruit baked goods and silent auction items
- Adoption centre
- 2017 Photographer for bunny photo booth
- Helping hands – go where is needed to help vendors set up and run their tables if necessary
All positions require working with the Director of Rabbit Rescue or a member of the current volunteer team. If you think you would be an ideal candidate for any of the positions listed above please contact us for more information.
A great way to try a new challenge and help lots of bunnies in the process.
We have BIG news to share. Rabbit Rescue Inc & The Save Response team are delighted to announce the release of TWO rabbits from a Southern Ontario Slaughter House. Two months in the works, were able to save these bunnies that were scheduled for slaughter June 15th 2015. These bonded females are only 12 weeks old.
They need names! We would love to hear your suggestions to help us find the perfect names for these two! Please visit us on Facebook and comment with your name suggestions! You can also help make a difference in their lives by donating towards their spays and any medical care they need. All donations are tax deductible. Click Here.
You can help other rabbits just like these by signing our petition, help us get to 5,000 signatures: Click Here.
Lets help get the word out that rabbits are #petsnotfood Join us in the fight to stand up for rabbits everywhere!
TORONTO – They’re cute and fluffy and they make great Easter gifts for kids.
But animal rights groups are warning parents to stay away from buying pet rabbits as an Easter novelty, because a few weeks later, the small animals typically end up abandoned.
“We try hard to educate that rabbits are not toys, they should not be given as gifts – particularly for small children,” Haviva Lush, executive director of Rabbit Rescue, told Global News. Read more