What is Microvolunteering?
Microvolunteering is a bite-sized, commitment free form of volunteering that can be done by anyone, with any ability anywhere. Planting a tree, helping a vulnerable person cross the road, litter picking on your street and donating your old prom dress to a charity shop can all be considered forms of microvolunteering. These little good deeds of the day may seem insignificant to some, but imagine if we all got together and did just one small yet good deed. The impact would be huge!
The 15th of April is International Microvolunteering Day 2020. Here is a list of ways you can make a big, positive impact on our rescue in two minutes or less.
- Go to www.rensrescue.org/pets , pick out your favourite Ren’s Rescue resident and share their profile on your social media page. Even if you only have 50 Facebook friends, that pet is still 50x more likely to get adopted thanks to you. This is best for those who live in the East Yorkshire area.
- Like or follow us on one or all of our social media pages and invite your friends to do the same. This can be done by anyone, anywhere. There are some great perks for groups and people with a higher number of followers.
- Share any of our posts. This really helps publicise our charity and what we do.
- Share the link to our donation page, asking friends to donate just £1. https://rensrescue.org/donation/
- Tell your friends about microvolunteering.
- Let your friends know that volunteering at an animal rescue is a great way to save animals and pad out your CV. https://rensrescue.org/volunteer-2/