REACH aims to break down barriers to access to immediate veterinary care by offering grants to any of the more than 100,000 AVMA members nationwide.
AVMA member veterinarians who provide charitable veterinary care for dogs and service animals of military veterans may be eligible to apply for a grant through the AVMF.
VMF Disaster Relief and Reimbursement Grants help animals and those that care for them following devastating events.
The AVMF Ukraine disaster relief program helps provide food, veterinary medical care, and emergency support to those caught in the crossfire.
The AMVF supports veterinarians, veterinary students, and others who care for animals during periods of personal or professional crisis.
The AVMF devotes its efforts to raising financial support for research projects that will help lead to improved prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of prevalent, life-threatening diseases in animals.
AVMF is committed to helping offset the cost of veterinary medical education.
AVMF resources are available to help support veterinary practices and animal caregivers alike so they can focus on what they do best.
The story of AVMF begins in 1963, when the AVMA established the AVMA Foundation as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
For our 60th anniversary, AVMF is raising an additional $60,000 to maintain and expand programs that support those who help animals.