Rescue Support Fund

As rescue groups struggle to cover the burden of veterinary costs for the animals in their care, this fund aims to be a place for urgent, medically necessary care that will save an animal’s life, and interventive care that will significantly improve an animal’s long term prospects.

Sometimes the health issues facing animals in the care of a rescue can be a matter of life and death; in addition, animals with lingering medical issues are less likely to find a new forever home. This fund aims to be a place of last resort for animal rescue groups struggling to cover veterinary costs for urgent, medically-imperative care that will save an animal’s life, and for interventive care that will significantly improve an animal’s long term prospects. 

This fund is open to requests from animal welfare groups meeting our application criteria. Allowances are determined on a case-by-case basis per animal, but cannot exceed $1,000 in any given calendar year for any single animal welfare group or organization. 

Covered by this Fund: