We are the new kid on the block when it comes to fundraising to help the animals. We need your help in spreading the word about how the Wild Animal Health Fund is different than the other conservation groups helping the animals. We heal, treat, diagnosis, and cure all kinds of health issues in zoo animals and wildlife. There is no other cause that solely dedicates funds to professional veterinary health studies to improve the health of zoo animals and wildlife.
Now think of a cool way and help us make a difference by bringing together your family, friends and colleagues to support the Wild Animal Health Fund.
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While several friends were planning an adventurous bicycle ride along on the pacific coast, they wanted to not only accomplish riding 500 miles in 5 days but to help a charity. One of the riders knew about the Wild Animal Health Fund. He asked us if they could help spread the awareness and possibly raise some dollars to help save species.
Before and during the 500 mile adventure, the riders shared their mission and introduced the Wild Animal Health Fund to their followers through the LoveAnimals.org fundraising site. This encouraged many friends and family members to donate on behalf of the riders making the ride along the pacific coast.
We welcome your ideas in helping us spread the awareness of this great cause to sustain our efforts to optimize the health, welfare and conservation of zoo animals and wildlife worldwide, and give them a better quality of life they deserve. Even a little can go a long way!
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In accordance with IRS tax exempt status, the Wild Animal Health Fund,
a program of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
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