Lincolnshire Mid and Lincoln Branch
Registered charity No. 224482

To report cruelty, injured strays or wildlife:

CALL: 0300 1234 999




The RSPCA Lincolnshire Mid and Lincoln Branch are currently looking for volunteers to fill the following roles: Trustee, Fundraising Volunteer.


How to become involved as a volunteer

Would you like to get involved as a volunteer but don't know where to start?  You've come to the right place. 

  • The first thing you need to think about is how much time realistically you can spare? 
  • You then need to think about what it is you would like to do. 
  • You & the branch can then together work out how the time you can spare matches up with what you would like to do.

We can cater for most skills / talents that you can bring to the branch - we can help you come up with ways to raise money from most things you can do.  Please get in touch if you have an idea, or you want a no-obligation chat about how you can help local animals in need. 

Volunteer Opportunities


Do you want to be more active and have a say on how the Branch is run?  If so why not consider becoming a Trustee!

The Trustees meet every month for around two hours to discuss issues and make decisions for the branch, for example deciding on potential new foster carers etc. Our branch is an extremely passionate branch, and we are actively looking for new members to join our committee!

In order to become a Trustee:

  • You will need to become a member of the RSPCA for 3 months (Annual Membership £24.00) and be voted as a Trustee at the AGM.
  • Alternatively, if you do not have 3-months membership, you can be co-opted by the Trustees already in place before the AGM.


If you would like to find out more, please contact our Branch Administrator on

Home Visitor

Do you have a couple of hours to spare each month in the evening or during the day?  If so why not consider becoming a home visitor.

The Role of a Home Visitor is to ensure that before an animal is re-homed that it is going to a loving and suitable new home, and then to return to check the animal is settling into its new environment. 

In order to become a Home Visitor:

  • You need to apply to the office and provide two references and a photo
  • Download and complete our Home Visitor Application form
  • You will need to undertake a half day training session (in Lincoln)
  • Possibly have for a short time a buddy Home Visitor

Please email our Branch Administrator at if you are interested in becoming a home visitor.

Fundraising Volunteer

If you have flexible time available and really want to get stuck in?  Then why not become a fundraiser.

You need nothing other than honesty for this role!

The role not only provides a perfect opportunity to raise funds and help more animals, but it raises the publics’ awareness of the local Branch. You can hand out leaflets, man stalls or you could even hold an event of your own. Fundraising does not have to be 'hard selling' - much of it is about helping the branch to take advantage of sources of support/donatons already on offer.  Take a look at our events page to see what you could get involved with.

We are always looking for volunteers willing to spend a few hours on a weekend at events! If you are interested, please contact Amy our volunteer fundraising coordinator on 


Shop Volunteer

Do you want to be out and about during the day to meet new people?  If so why not consider volunteering in our charity shop based at St Marks Street, Lincoln.

In order to work in the Shop:

  • You will need to be reasonably good with maths and be able to provide two references. Hours can be negotiated to suit you. 
  • Read about the volunteer role within our shop

If you are interested in becoming a shop volunteer, please contact Kim our shop manager on 

Animal Fosterers

Are you able to foster dogs or cats we would very much like to hear from you!

If you are interested in becoming an animal fosterer please contact our Branch Administrator by email: to view the relevant information, please visit our Google Drive Folder 'Animal Fostering Information'. 



RSPCA Useful Information


Text RSPCALINCOLN to 70470 and give a one-off donation of £3.00 to help local animals. Thank you!


If you have Lost or Found a pet:

Visit the Pets located website

Reporting cruelty

Visit the reporting cruelty section of the RSPCA National website

Ask the RSPCA a question

Access our online virtual assistant and help section

For more information:

Visit the RSPCA National website