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Community members interested in supporting Hearts of Gold's mission may find it rewarding to participate in volunteer opportunities. Currently students of WVU are able to access volunteer opportunities via iServe. Non-students interested in volunteering can consider becoming a community foster.

Community Fosters Wanted

Hearts of Gold greatly relies on community fosters to care for dogs involved with their program. There is currently a great need for community fosters, and it is a highly rewarding and impactful way to support our mission. No experience is needed. All supplies, equipment, medical care, and support are provided. Community fostering is managed by our canine partner Human Animal Bond. If you are interested in applying to be a community foster or learning more about being a foster, visit the Human Animal Bond website linked below.

Learn About Fostering

Opportunities To Volunteer

Students can search for volunteer opportunities through the Hearts of Gold iServe page.

Student Volunteering

Visit the Hearts of Gold iServe page to check for current volunteering opportunities or follow the organization.

Community Fostering

Apply to be a Community Foster with Hearts of Gold Community Foster and house a Hearts of Gold dog. No experience is needed! All supplies, equipment, medical care, and support provided.


Make a Difference

Volunteering with Hearts of Gold is an incredible way to make a meaningful impact in the community. Watch this video to learn more about what our program does for veterans.

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