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Rehoming Week Volunteer Form
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It is cheaper and easier for us to email you. If you are happy to be contacted by email please enter your email address.
If you are happy to be contacted by phone please fill in your telephone number :
I am interested in collecting on my local high street on Saturday 12 May
If yes, please indicate the time you are available to collect on your local high street
Please indicate which high street you would like to collect on?
I am interested in collecting door to door in my local area from Monday 7 - Friday 11 May
If yes, please indicate the day and time which you are available to collect door to door
Please indicate the area you would like to collect door to door
Please indicate which size tabard you will need
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There’s a chance you may be collecting alone. If you’d prefer not to be by yourself why not ask a friend or family member to sign up. Alternatively, you can join your local fundraising group.
Should you wish to collect with your local fundraising group and are happy to be contacted by the Scottish SPCA and your local fundraising committee member please tick here
Where did you hear about volunteering for the Scottish SPCA?
Are you aware of any physical or mental conditions that may limit your ability to volunteer for the Scottish SPCA?
If yes, please provide us details of your condition
Have you ever been found guilty of a criminal offence (other than a spent conviction under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 or a fixed penalty notice) or been the subject of alleged criminal conduct?
If yes, please provide us with some brief details
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