YOU DO NOT WANT TO DO HANDS-ON RESCUE,
YOU CAN SUPPORT GROUPS & THE RESCUE EFFORT WITH:
Money: Most local groups run on a shoestring budget. Volunteers working with groups often pay vet bills out of their own pockets. You, or the company you work with, can give money earmarked for specific needs: spay/neuter, medical bills, educational purposes, supplying milk replacement (KMR) for abandoned kittens under 5 weeks, etc.
Towels, sheets, blankets and newspapers: Many groups can use linens. Kennels often need newspapers.
Items or services to donate: Do you have: office space or warehouse space to donate for a group to use? Working office equipment, i.e. fax, answer machine, copy machine? Services that can be auctioned at a fundraiser? Cars or other large ticket items that can be sold? Garage sale items? Donate to a non-profit group and get a tax write-off.
Items in your garage: cages, traps, carriers. Donate to a non-profit group and get a tax write-off.