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Community Cares

Elko veterinary clinic is excited to announce that we have created a charitable fund to offer grants to clients who need financial assistance to provide lifesaving care for their pets, including all animals large and small. All too often, even the best pet owners can find themselves financially unprepared to do what is needed to save their pet and facing a heart-wrenching decision if they can’t afford treatment.

Of course, as veterinarians, we love animals first and foremost, and don’t want any family to have to make that terrible decision. Elko Veterinary Clinic Community Cares Fund has long been a service provided by the clinic. We have maintained this fund though the generosity of our clients. We wanted to do more and so, inspired by clients who want to help the less fortunate owners afford emergency pet care, we have used our Community Cares fund to establish a charitable fund with the Veterinary Care Foundation. The Veterinary Care Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation and is unique in that 100% of every dollar donated goes directly to veterinary practices. The Foundation never uses charitable contributions for administration, salaries, or fundraising. Our Clinic will be using the funds for Good Samaritan cases, clients experiencing financial difficulties and collaboration with other 501(c)(3) rescue groups.

For those of you who can help other less fortunate owners and animals in our community you can donate by going to our website and clinking on the Community Cares link on the home page. You can also stop by the clinic any time to donate. Any donations will receive a tax deductible receipt. We thank you in advance for any generosity. As a practice we will be doing fundraising throughout the year to help maintain the fund and work to make a difference for as many people and more importantly animals as possible.

Mission Statement:

Community Cares provides veterinary care to our communitys animals in need. Our mission is to aid in situations where financial burdens prevent owners and Good Samaritans from obtaining needed Veterinary Care.

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