Volunteer Opportunities

Join the HP4W family and help save lives at both ends of the leash. 


Our veterans and service dogs are the heart of our mission, but our volunteers bring the passion and support that make everything possible. Volunteering your time and skills is a powerful way to give back to our veterans while becoming part of a strong community. 

Volunteer Descriptions

Social Media & Marketing Volunteer

This talented volunteer will play an important role in developing our social media and online presence, leveraging their creative and technical skills to create original content that generates interest in our cause, builds meaningful connections, and encourages community members to get involved. Download Full Description-PDF


This talented volunteer will capture the high quality digital images we'll feature in marketing materials, newsletters, social media platforms and other communications. Their skill and creativity will help to establish our brand’s visual identity and bring awareness to the mission. Download Full Description-PDF

Event Coordinator

This experienced coordinator will be responsible for the orchestration of all community events, leveraging their collaborative and organizational skills to cultivate community, raise awareness for the mission, and encourage participation in the program. Download Full Description-PDF

Volunteer Coordinator

This dedicated coordinator will help ensure growth and stability within our all-volunteer mission by building and maintaining a broad network of volunteers, continually assessing areas of need, and ensuring our volunteers are valued & properly supported. Download Full Description-PDF

Fundraising Coordinator

This skilled coordinator will spearhead fundraising strategies which encompass all sources of revenue, working closely with Board Members to set goals that support the mission’s growth and ensure HP4Ws remains cost-free to Veterans. Download Full Description-PDF


Our volunteer Veterinarian will play an integral role in our program, monitoring Service Dog health throughout training and permanent assignment, spay/neuter, provide medical exams, administer required shots, microchips, and potential ACL care. They will touch the lives of every Veteran in our program, and help to educate and spread awareness in our community. Download Full Description-PDF

Family Counselor

Our Family Counselor works directly with Veterans & their families to assess early eligibility, provide trusted support before, during and after the training process is complete. They will work closely with leadership to make informed assessments and help guide the growth and evolution of our Service Dog program. Download Full Description-PDF