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Veterinary Medicine

Donations to veterinary medicine help support life-saving research and care for our beloved animal companions. Please consider making a donation today to help make a difference in the lives of animals everywhere.


When you make a donation to a veterinary hospital or animal shelter, you are helping to support the cost of veterinary medicine. Veterinary medicine is a vital part of keeping our pets healthy and can be very expensive. By making a donation, you are helping to offset the cost of care for animals in need.

Veterinary medicine is constantly changing and evolving, and new treatments and technologies can be very costly. Your donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins help to support the research and development of new treatments and diagnostic tools that can improve the quality of care for our furry friends.

Donations also help to support the training of new veterinarians and veterinary technicians. These skilled professionals are essential in providing high-quality care for our pets. By supporting their education, you are ensuring that future generations of pets will have access to excellent medical care.

Why charitable support for veterinary medicine is important

There are a number of reasons why charitable support for veterinary medicine is important. One reason is that it helps to ensure that animals receive the medical care they need. Veterinary medicine can be expensive, and without charitable support, many animals would go without the care they need.

Another reason why charitable support for veterinary medicine is important is that it helps to prevent the spread of diseases. Many diseases can be effectively treated if caught early, but without access to veterinary care, many animals go untreated and continue to spread disease. This can have a serious impact on public health, as well as on the animal population.

Charitable support for veterinary medicine helps to improve the overall quality of life for animals. Animals who receive regular medical care tend to be healthier and happier than those who do not. This not only benefits the individual animal, but also improves the quality of life for all animals in society.

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Three ways you can support veterinary medicine causes
  1. Educate yourself and others about the importance of veterinary medicine.

  2. Advocate for better funding and support for veterinary medicine research and education.

  3. Support your local veterinarian and animal hospital through charitable donations or volunteer work.

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At Giveabl, we help businesses and individuals automatically donate to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises via our website, API or code-less integrations.

You can support causes important to you or your customers without any hassle. Simply browse vetted causes from our curated selection of charities and social enterprises committed to doing good in the world, and get started today!

Victorian Animal Aid Trust
ABN 80004260244
Endorsed DGR Item 1
In the 201920 Financial Year Animal Aid recieved 5,304 animals into our care. 2,108 animals were reunited with their owners and 2,549 were adopted. Our live release rates were 96.2% for dogs and 81.8% for cats. Our veterinary clinic performed 1,556 welfare surgeries, implanted 1,413 microchips and undertook 14,019 consultations, health checks and vaccinations. We accommodated 672 animals in emergency boarding. Early in 2020 we assisted the East gippsland Community during the bushfire crisis, providing animal food, blankets, vet needs and containment crates for those effected by fire. We have continued to improve our facilities providing practical and comfortable spaces for our animals. In 12 months we have built 2 Welfare Catteries, 1 Boarding Cattery and developed wetlands, walking trails and off leash dog areas at our shelters. We have commenced planning of our next stages in redevelopment catering for our Shelter Dogs.
Geelong Animal Welfare Society
ABN 67005093756
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We operate a pound and shelter service for the City of Greater Geelong and surrounds. We receive surrendered animals as well as strays. Animals not able to be reunited with their owners are rehabilitated and cared for until they are able to be adopted and rehomed. We provide education to the community about animal welfare and engage with university programs on animal welfare related research.
Pets Of The Homeless
ABN 87612417277
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Pets Of The Homeless works to help keep vulnerable people and their pets together by alleviating the burden of providing essential pet care during times of hardship. We do this via the provision of pet food and supplies, assistance with veterinary care, emergency boarding, foster caring as well as a range of other support to help those in crisis keep their pets.
Ck Animal Rescue
ABN 79803161901
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Project Underdog Rescue
ABN 82136720784
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Project Underdog Rescue is a notforprofit animal rescue charity located in Melbourne, Australia. We are dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and successfully rehoming companion animals facing imminent euthanasia in pounds and shelters. We do not discriminate on breed, age or sex. We take those that need us most. Many of our rescues have complex medical and/or behavioural challenges, often requiring extensive intervention and resources. Any specialised treatment recommended by our veterinarian will be provided to the animals in our care and all due diligence is taken to ensure all our animals medical needs have been addressed prior to adoption.
Alley Katz Australia Org.
ABN 25537381300
Endorsed DGR Item 1
1. We prevented or relieved the suffering of unowned domestic cats by providing access to veterinary care, temporary foster care and facilitated adoptions. 2. We provided a pathway for the microchipping, desexing and behavioural modification of semiferal cats through socialisation. 3. We assisted the community to achieve a reduction in unplanned cat pregnancies.
Lort Smith
ABN 87004238475
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provide services to financially disadvantaged people, people at risk of homelessness, people experiencing homelessness, unemployed persons, victims of crime (including family violence) and the general community in Australia. We do this by providing veterinary services, shelter and adoption services to companion animals of people of limited means, treatment and support of animals of people who suffer family violence in the home, as well as providing emergency welfare boarding for animals of abused spouses. We also support the community via programs such as Pet Therapy (visiting human hospitals & age cared facilities) for the benefit of sick, at risk and disadvantaged people.
ABN 39893211010
Endorsed DGR Item 1
SAVEM deployed in to firegrounds during the Black Summer of 2019/2020 in the Cudlee Creek and Kangaroo Island fires. We triaged and treated thousands of animals and supported their owners, local communities, Joint Task Force and other agencies infield to optimise animals welfare.
Adelaide Koala Rescue
ABN 64635253904
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Paws For A Purpose
ABN 88614556071
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided discounted and free vaccinations for the pets of socioeconomically disadvantaged people, to prevent their pets from getting sick and dying from canine parvovirus.
Animal Welfare League Of Qld
AWLQ work with local councils, state government, rescue groups and the community to improve outcomes for stray and surrendered pets. Operating four rehoming centres and three community vet clinics within South East Queensland AWLQ is renowned for our unique and inventive programs, initiatives and rehoming strategies
Nganampa Health Council
ABN 25284162604
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Funding received is used to deliver remote health activities, including mental health, aged care, eye health, woman and men heath and other related health services. Also in 2020 the special needs for a pandemic preparation in the remote communities in the APY lands.
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Why should I donate to support veterinary medicine causes?

There are a number of reasons why you should donate to support veterinary medicine causes. First, by doing so you will be helping to ensure that pets and other animals receive the medical care they need. Second, your donation can help with research into new and better ways to treat diseases and injuries in animals. Finally, your donation can also support programs that work to improve the welfare of animals.

Why do veterinary medicine-focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

There are a variety of reasons why veterinary medicine-focused charities and nonprofits need funds. Veterinary care can be expensive, and many families cannot afford to pay for care on their own. Additionally, these organizations often provide free or low-cost services to low-income families or those who have pets with special needs. Some of these organizations also conduct research and/or offer educational programs to advance the field of veterinary medicine.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on veterinary medicine, aside from donations?

There are many ways to support charities and nonprofits that focus on veterinary medicine. You can volunteer your time, skills, and resources to help further their missions. You can also advocate for their causes, helping to spread awareness and raise funds. Additionally, you can donate supplies or sponsor an event or program. Whatever you do, your support will make a difference!

Your donations help to care for animals and advance medical knowledge.

Donations are vital to veterinary medicine as they provide essential research, equipment and training funding. Donating to a reputable charity supporting veterinary medicine via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins ensures that your money goes where it is most needed and has the biggest impact.

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