The NAGI Foundation is a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit providing support to the Native American communities located in the Phoenix Metropolitan area by providing free and low cost veterinary care, medical treatment, temporary housing and adoption services for stray or abandoned animals. In addition we provide animal training and educational opportunities in the community.
Our Nagi Foundation volunteers deliver critical services and provide resources to people and their animals. Volunteers educate the public on health and safety and help to make our programs run smooth. We need you and your expertise. Below is just a small list of opportunities available:
- Kans for K9’s Recycle Program
- Dog and Cat Food Drive
- Food Prep for Events/ BBQ
- Graphic Design for Newsletter
- Children’s Education and Animal Assisted Early Literacy Program
- Work to Launch Animal Surrender Program in Community
- Animal Laundry
- Day of Event
- Must be at least 16 years of age, unless accompanied by an adult.
- Attend a volunteer orientation.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER IN THREE EASY STEPS!
Step 2: Phone Conversation
Once we’ve received your application, we will call you to discuss our upcoming volunteer opportunities and work together to determine which may be the best fit for you.
For questions or further assistance, please contact us at email@example.com.
DONATE YOUR STUFF
Have items you are interested in donating to help support the needs of the community and their animals?
Here are our top needed items:
- Dog/cat food
- Dog/cat treats
- Dog/cat toys
- Dog/cat collars/leashes
- Dog/cat beds
- Dog/cat crates/kennels
- Cat litter/boxes
- Cat trees
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate a drop off/pick up for donated items.
OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT OUR WORK
WHY OUR WORK MATTERS
Our programs in the Salt River Pima- Maricopa Indian Community involve community members of all ages. Our animal health and welfare clinics provide support to entire families as we work to improve the lives of animals in the community. Additionally, we are committed to helping children and youth, to develop the life skills they need to become caring, responsible and empathetic individuals by using canines as facilitators for change.