A.L. Shilling Spay & Neuter, Inc.
$30,000 to support ongoing efforts to provide low-cost veterinary services.
Capital Area Rescue Effort (CARE)
$20,500 to support connecting dogs from animal shelters with loving, permanent homes or lifetime sanctuary.
Goochland Pet Lovers
$30,500 to support the Good Neighbor Fund, providing low- and no-cost veterinary services to low-income families.
Lost Dog Foundation
$30,000 to support low- and no-cost trap-neuter-return services.
Richmond Animal League
$150,000 to provide operational support for the Rescue and Adoption Program and Spay/Neuter Clinic.
Richmond Animal Welfare Foundation
$35,000 to provide emergency, life-saving care for any Richmond animal in need.
$50,000 to provide fee-waived veterinary services to pet guardians of modest means at the Susan M. Markel Veterinary Hospital.
Richmond Wildlife Center
$50,000 to support general operations in building capacity to meet community demands for wildlife services.
Ring Dog Rescue
$20,000 to support The DogHouse Project in identifying pets in need of medical care and getting dogs into proper habitats.
Salem’s Light, Inc.
$15,000 to support outreach efforts to assist owners of unsterilized dogs with sterilization services and routine and emergent veterinary care.
Sanctuary Rescue, Inc.
$50,000 to support daily operations in providing high-quality medical services to the dogs in their care.
St. Francis Humane Association
$20,000 to support efforts that help at-risk cats and kittens find homes and stay in their homes.
Veterinary Emergency Treatment Fund
$30,000 to support emergency veterinary treatment for pets from low-income families