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VWB monthly giving

Help animals. Save lives.

Becoming a monthly donor is one of the kindest ways to help animals globally all year long. Whether its supporting emergency rescue and relief operations when disasters strike, offering veterinary clinics in remote Northern communities or providing essential veterinary medicine, food and supplies in war-torn countries, you’ll be there for animals when they need you the most.

You’ll also be joining a community of caring supporters who help provide long-term sustainable funding for programs that help animals and communities in need.

In a year,

• $15 a month can provide food for 7 animals during emergencies.
• $20 a month can provide vaccines for 42 animals.
• $35 a month can help to purchase life-saving equipment like an anesthetic machine or surgery instruments.
• $40 a month can deploy a veterinarian to an area of need.

In addition to helping animals, your monthly gift also:

• Provides a stable source of funding allowing VWB/VSF to act quick when emergencies arise
• Helps to better plan activities including vaccination campaigns, spay and neuter clinics and so much more.
• Reduces administrative costs with a higher percentage of your funds going towards programs for those in need.
• Tax deductible. You’ll receive a consolidated tax receipt at the end of the tax year.

Become a monthly donor today and have a real, life-saving impact for animals all year long.


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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