Pueblo Court-Ordered Community Service

 We value all our volunteers at HSPPR. By signing up to complete your community service with us you will be integrated into the shelter as a foundational volunteer with no animal contact. You must commit to maintaining a set schedule and have great communication.

How to become a community service volunteer


Ready to volunteer?

If you meet the below requirements, complete your application at hsppr.org/volunteer-pueblo/.


Meet us!

After completing the application, you will set up a phone session with our team to discuss positions available for community service volunteers, how many hours you need to complete, and how to complete your time sheet.


Ready, set, go!

Our team will make sure you have everything you need to start volunteering and verify your hours. 

If you enjoyed your time volunteering with us, you may request to become a core volunteer.

Court-ordered community service requirements

Must be at least 18 years old

Certain charges are excluded from the program

Community service hours for, or individuals with past convictions of any felony, sexual or violent crimes, theft-related crimes, any neglect-related crime or animal cruelty within the last seven years will not be accepted; a criminal background check is required.