VWB/VSF is actively working to mitigate the risks associated with AMR. Our primary focus is on training Community Animal Health Workers (CAHWs).
Emergency Rescue & Relief: Be a Lifeline for Animals in Crisis
In these times of extraordinary challenges, your kindness is a reminder that together, we can be there for animals and communities facing unimaginable emergencies. While it’s difficult to predict where me may be needed next, Veterinarians without Borders’ Crisis Fund allows us to respond at a moments notice to help animals and people through emergency response efforts and relief.
In the last year, the kindness of people just like you helped us be there when droughts ravaged South Sudan, earthquakes rocked Türkiye & Syria, and wildfires devastated Maui and the beautiful landscape of Northern Canada.
You can be there for animals when the next disaster strikes providing animals and people with:
- Emergency evacuation for animals.
- Search and rescue efforts for animals trapped in dangerous areas.
- Emergency veterinary care.
- Urgent boarding care, including shelter, food, and water.
- Reunification with loving owners.
- Livelihood assistance for those who have lost everything.
Whether helping evacuate animals from remote places like the Northwest Territories, helping with search and rescue efforts in devastated communities like Maui, or providing urgent veterinary care to decimated regions like earthquake-struck Türkiye, your kindness can ensure that no animals are left to fend for themselves.
Please donate now to the Crisis Fund to make a direct impact for animals and the people who love them.
Code of Ethics
Veterinarians without Borders values our donor relationships. We adhere to the standards published by Imagine Canada's Ethical Code Program, which lays out a set of principles for charitable organizations, and assures that they manage and report their financial affairs responsibly.
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