No animal should go without food or care during this Season of Giving! image

No animal should go without food or care during this Season of Giving!

Animal Care PA helps to FEED and CARE for animals in need, as well as provide scholarships to students pursuing veterinary careers with our EDUCATE program.

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It's been a tough year for everyone and our funds are critically low. Help us raise $20,000 to continue our programs.

Animal Care PA's Season of Giving campaign is underway until January 31, 2022. Can we count on you for your support? This past year has been tough on everyone, our funds are critically low for our animal welfare programs that FEED and CARE Pennsylvania animals in need, as well as our EDUCATE program that provides scholarships to those pursuing veterinary careers. Any and every amount helps! Can you find it in your heart to donate this year?

If you're unsure which program you'd like to donate to, select "Area of Greatest Need" and Animal Care PA will distribute the funds where it is needed the most.

Thank you for taking the time to help the animals of Pennsylvania that need your support this Season of Giving!

About Our Programs:

FEED: Henry's Helping Paws Program
This program provides pet food to senior citizens to feed their pets allowing senior citizens to care for their beloved companions.
  • $25 can feed 1 cat or small dog for 1 month
  • $50 can feed a medium to large size dog for 1 month
  • $300 can feed 1 cat or small dog for 1 year
  • $1,000 can feed 20 medium to large sized dogs for 1 month

CARE: The Last Chance Program
This provides veterinary care grants to animals in need when limited or no financial means exist to pay for care.
  • $50 can provide vaccinations to an animal in need
  • $250 can provide emergency dental care to an animal in need
  • $1,000 can provide can provide a life-saving surgery for an animal in need

EDUCATE: Veterinary Student Scholarship Program
Our veterinary student scholarship program helps to decrease the financial burden that plagues veterinary students.
  • Any donated amount helps students pursue their veterinary careers

The Pennsylvania Veterinary Foundation (PVF), d/b/a Animal Care PA, was established in 1983, and serves as the charitable arm of the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association but functions as an independent Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation and is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. The mission of Animal Care PA is to help caring people help animals by bridging the gap through our animal welfare initiatives like The Last Chance Program and Henry's Helping Paws Program as well as funding Veterinary Student Scholarships.