ANIMALAID GRANTS FOR DISASTER RELIEF!
AnimalAid is UAN's relief program designed to assist
animals affected by personal disasters. Personal disasters can include a
house fire, domestic violence situation, or the death of a family member
due to accident. AnimalAid grants may also be awarded to families
recovering from tragedies related to large-scale natural or manmade
disasters, for example the 9-11 terrorist attacks, 2003 Midwest
Tornadoes, hurricane Isabel, and the 2003 Southern California wildfires.
Situations qualifying will be evaluated on a case by case basis and will
consider the income restrictions of the family.
Animals needing care as a result of the Southern
California Wildfires are especially encouraged to apply.
To read more about the program or to apply, please go
No phone calls, please.
LIFELINE GRANTS FOR EMERGENCY VET CARE ASSISTANCE!
The mission of LifeLine is to help homeless or recently
rescued companion animals with life-threatening conditions that require
specific and immediate emergency veterinary care. We strive to serve
Good Samaritans and grassroots rescue groups who take in sick or injured
The basic eligibility requirements are as follows: A
situation may be eligible for a LifeLine grant if there is specific
emergency care needed for a life-threatening condition, and there is
financial impossibility to pay. Situations that are not eligible include
cases where treatment has already been rendered, the bill needs to be
paid, or the person or rescue group has received a grant within the last
24 months. Typical grant range is $100-$150. Since grants are
restricted, please carefully read the eligibility requirements before
applying, and to only apply with your most eligible case.
Please see the LifeLine guidelines for complete
eligibility requirements, at
http://www.uan.org/lifeline/guidelines.html. Applications are
accepted through that link only. No phone calls or emails, please.
ABOUT UNITED ANIMAL NATIONS
United Animal Nations, a national animal advocacy and
rescue organization based in Sacramento, California, was founded in 1987
by a small group of humane movement workers with more than 120 years of
aggregate experience who wanted to save forgotten animals. LifeLine is a
project of United Animal Nations (UAN), and has helped save the lives of
over 1500 animals since 1997. AnimalAid began in response to the 9/11
terrorist attacks and has helped over 200 animals. For more information
on these and other UAN programs, please see the UAN website:
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