Animal Relief Fund-COVID19
The Animal Relief Fund – COVID19 is to help keep people with their beloved pets during this pandemic. Many are losing the ability to pay for essential supplies and veterinary care for pets and horse rescues, wildlife sanctuaries and other organizations are struggling with staffing and resource shortages
Your emergency gift will help organizations respond to this crisis and the ripple effect on animals in need due to increased poverty now and in the months ahead. The fund will give support for rescue organizations to respond to the crisis while addressing infrastructure and capacity efforts through fundraising, education and awareness.
Contributions to the fund are being used to provide veterinary care, supply pet food pantries, horse feed and animal care supplies, as well as other costs related to caring for animals during the outbreak. 100% of the proceeds to this fund are allocated to nonprofit rescue groups.
If you prefer, you can mail your donation to GGVCF, P.O. Box 785, Green Valley, AZ 85622. Our physical address in Green Valley is closed due to the coronavirus but our Tubac office at La Entrada is open 2221 I-19 Frontage Rd, Suite F101 if you’d like to drop by with donation.
Thank you! Susan Hulse for your donation of $2,810
Grant Guidelines, Basic Eligibility & Timeline: The GGVCF’s Animal Relief Fund -COVID19 will provide grants to animal rescue organizations in the range of $2,000-$5,000 or more as the fund grows. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis by a community committee and, if accepted, processed within two weeks of award notification. Grant applications will be accepted starting May 15, 2020.
All area nonprofits will need continued support over the coming weeks during the crisis. In addition to the support for the Community Impact Fund we encourage everyone to continue providing financial support to the broad range of causes and nonprofits you care about across the community. Nonprofits are going to have an increased demand for services during and after this outbreak, as well as access to flexible, unrestricted funds that provide additional dollars to help them throughout this pandemic.