How To Help

Katie Needs Our Help!

Katie is a sweet senior cat who was surrendered to the shelter with thyroid and dental disease. Your donations will ensure Katie gets the treatment she needs to have a healthy adoption! Make a tribute to Katie; no amount is too small.

Delta Animal Shelter Volunteer Donate

Financial Donations

The Delta Community Animal Shelter (DCAS) is dedicated to rehabilitating and re-homing unwanted, stray and abandoned animals. DCAS also promotes humane treatment of animals through educational programs and events in our community, by practicing our Trap-Neuter/Spay-Return program for feral cats in the community, and responding to injured wildlife.

Donate to the Delta Community Animal Shelter

Your donation helps us ensure these programs are a success and that the animals in the shelter receive the best veterinary care available through the shelter's Tollie Fund Donation Program. Donations go DIRECTLY to the animals to meet any needs they may have and are tax deductible. 

Make your donation today to help the most vulnerable animals in our community! The animals appreciate your support!

Learn more about the Tollie Fund and meet many of the furry faces that have been helped!

Tribute Your Donation

To donate IN MEMORY or IN HONOR of a friend or loved one please include information about the person or pet you are donating on behalf of and who should receive the acknowledgement. This information can be completed in your on-line donation. A letter of acknowledgement will be sent to the person.

Get Involved - Volunteer!

Volunteering is one of the best ways to make a direct impact on the animals in our community. If you are 13 years of age or older, and love socializing and working with animals you may want to volunteer at the Delta Community Animal Shelter. View current volunteer opportunities.

Volunteer Requirements:

  • No experience is necessary to volunteer, as training will be provided
  • Volunteers 13-15 years of age must complete the Leaders of Tomorrow Level 1 program and volunteer with a legal guardian
  • Volunteers under the age of 16 can work with the small animals and cats but not with the dogs
  •  Volunteers 16 years or older can volunteer in all areas of the shelter without a legal guardian present 
  • Volunteers must be able to commit to at least one 2 hour shift, once a week, for 6 months
  • There is a $15 charge of to cover the cost of the volunteer t-shirt with the proceeds going towards the care of the animals.

Your support and involvement is vital to the success of the shelter. Success to us means that we are able to offer each animal in our care a comfortable and healthy environment in which to live until they find their "forever home".

Community involvement is needed to make our shelter the best it can be.

To apply:

For further information contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 604-940-7111 or by email.

 

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