Lifetime Bonds Volunteer Application
Lifetime Bonds Kane County provides opportunities for at-risk youth and at-risk dogs to help one another.

Youth learn how to care for and socialize and train dogs using positive, reward-based training techniques. They develop confidence and skills by working with Safe Humane-approved ambassador dogs and extend those skills by training shelter dogs. They are also taught about issues related to animal welfare and safety, like pet overpopulation and dog fighting, and learn about the many job opportunities available in the pet industry.

Please fill out this application form to get started as a volunteer!
Name *
Date of Birth *
Email *
Phone Number *
Preferred method of contact? *
What is your occupation? *
If you are a student, are you interested in an internship for this program?
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What is your experience working with dogs? *
What is your experience working with young people (ages 12-18)? *
Do you have other skills that you would like us to know about? If so, please describe them.
Do you have any pets? *
What kind?
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If you own a dog, have you attended obedience classes with him/her?
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When and where did you take these classes? (If not applicable, leave blank.)
Program Availability
Lifetime Bonds is a weekly program running for 10 weeks. We would like for you to commit to as many weeks as possible. Programs run at the Illinois Youth Center in St. Charles every Sunday from 4-6 PM and at the Kane County Jail every Wednesday from 8:30-10 AM.
What program are you interested in? *
What is your availability for program classes? *
What volunteer position are you interested in? *
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