Have you ever wanted to make a difference at the EFRC? 

If the answer is "yes", then perhaps you could spend time working as a volunteer for the benefit of our rescued big cats.  We are dependent on the service of interested and capable volunteers to help perform with numerous tasks. 

To become an EFRC volunteer, you must meet the following criteria:
  • Be at least 18 years of age;
  • Tour the EFRC as a visitor before coming to the volunteer orientation;
  • Attend the volunteer orientation at the Rescue Center;
  • Commit to volunteering at least twice per month or 12 hours per month.



 Sunday November 6th  2:30   SIGN-UP


Saturday December 10th  2:30   SIGN-UP

Volunteer Orientation

  • SIGN-UP for a Volunteer Orientation Class - Attend a Volunteer Orientation that best fits your schedule (dates announced above and on the efrc home page)
  • Meet in the building on the east-side of the parking lot near "the field"
  • Dress as though you would be taking a tour - comfortably for the weather outside
  • There will be an hour presentation introduction to the Rescue Center and a guided tour
  • You do not need to bring anything special - maybe something to drink


There are many great opportunities available for our volunteers, including:

  • Greeting visitors;
  • Selling tour tickets and merchandise;
  • Giving narrated tours of the EFRC (once trained);
  • Helping with construction projects and habitats;
  • Helping with special events; and
  • Just about anything else that comes up that day!


Please note that under no circumstances will our volunteers engage in dangerous activity or be allowed to directly interact with one of our exotic cats.  There are many ways to help these beautiful cats and keep everyone safe in doing so.


For more information about our volunteer program, please email efrcoffice@frontier.com.




Thank you for your continued support!

2221 E. Ashboro Road, Center Point, IN 47840
(812) 835-1130.
Open  Mon-Sun  10-5
$10/adults  $5/children 12 & under
Guests are NOT permitted to touch, pet or
interact with EFRC cats.