Volunteer Apply Our volunteers are at the heart of everything we do, and we would not be able to provide a single service without our excellent team of people.  We do not have any paid staff, and the vast majority of the team fit their charity activities around their work and family commitments.

There are several different ways to volunteer with us. Whether you just want to help, you are looking for a fantastic way to spend your spare time or you would like to gain excellent experience working with animals to support your studies or career goals, we would like to hear from you.



Sandra’s Volunteering Story

Sandra, a volunteer foster carer at FBRC, has put this video together to explain how she came to join the team here.

Rhona’s Fostering Story

Fostering RabbitsThe kids had now flown the nest and I was looking for something to occupy my time. Driving to work I noticed an ScottishSPCA van in front of me and decided working with animals would be an idea. On my return home I scoured the web for something I could, and would like to, …

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Melinda, Pauline's Adopted Rabbit

Pauline’s Fostering Story

How I began I was looking for a companion for my baby Continental Giant, so needed something a bit bigger than your average rabbit. After a chance meeting with an existing foster carer I had a look on the FBRC website and found Melinda. Through the adoption process I found out more about the charity …

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Julie’s Fostering Story

Fostering rabbits is the best and a fantastic experience! You get to care and love each foster rabbit while helping them on their journey to a new permanent home with the right owners. That’s the most important part and the happy ever after that makes fostering the best job in the world. Rabbits are wonderful …

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Gosia’s Care Assistant Story

Volunteering for FBRC has been a fantastic experience for me. I have learned a lot, met so many friendly people and have gained lots of furry friends. Spending time with the bunnies is like a therapy for me. Whenever I am in a bad mood or just feel homesick the bunnies brighten up my day. …

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Emma’s Fostering Story

I first started fostering in July 2012. I had bunnies as a child but hadn’t had bunnies for years. My husband wasn’t sure about having bunnies so we decided fostering would be a great idea: we could help bunnies in need and I could convince my husband we also needed to have bunnies of our …

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A Foster Carer’s Story

Hi my names Kerryann and am 21 years old. I was diagnosed with M.E., Reynolds disease & depression and I also have stomach problems. When I joined Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care as a volunteer my goal was to help animals, also thinking it might help me build my confidence up and meet new people and …

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Rescue Services Assistants

Our Rescue Services Assistant role, previously offered in partnership with Project Scotland, is an excellent opportunity to build experience of working as part of an animal welfare charity. The role is wide-ranging, covering many aspects of the charity.  For full details see Rescue Services Assistant. Bethie Lyttle Bethie joined the FBRC in 2014 after leaving …

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