TX-CPAC VOLUNTEER FORM

The Coalition for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty (CPAC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping all animals in need. CPAC was created in an effort to educate people about caring for animals and to provide alternative care for animals when their owners are no longer able to support them. We are an organization that recognizes and respects differences. We keep the interests of the animals that we serve our number one priority. We are an inclusive group that strives to be open, honest and upholds the highest standards of integrity.

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    As a volunteer for CPAC, you agree to the following guidelines: • Protect and preserve the emotional and physical well being of the animals served in CPAC. • Maintain the highest professional standards while participating in CPAC-related activities, chat groups or e-mails, etc. • Act with honesty and with integrity while representing CPAC. • Follow all rules and guidelines of the CPAC organization. • If there is a concern or suggestion that you are unable to resolve diplomatically on your own, you will contact an officer to act as a mediator. The following is a warning that is posted by any organization that works with equines per Texas law: Under Texas Law (Chapter 87, Civil Practice and Remedies Code), an Equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.