Winslow Animal Hospital is not a 501(c)3 charitable organization at this time. If you are looking for assistance with veterinary bills or would like to contribute to such an organization, consider those listed below.
Veterinary Care Charities
Angels for Animals Foundation – Saint Francis Veterinary Center/Swedesboro AH
Eligibility (taken from website)
Pet must be owned by the person presenting for medical care.
Hospital must be a participating Angel Hospital.
Owner must contribute at least 25% of the high end of the estimate.
Owner must apply for — and use the full amount of — Care Credit.
Owner must call at least three relatives/friends/associates for financial help before applying for Angel Funds.
All members of the household must apply for Care Credit before Angel Fund consideration.
Pet must show signs of good wellness condition — well kept, up to date on vaccines, etc.
Owner must provide all contact information requested.
Owner must certify the accuracy of all information he or she provides in application for Angel Funds and accept that such information will be verified, and that should any information be found to be willfully misleading, the Foundation will require all funds to be repaid plus penalties.
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance
In order to be considered for funding assistance, the guardian must live in the United States and meet one or more of the following qualifications:
Be a recipient of State Medicaid; or
Be a recipient of Medicare; or
Be a recipient of Social Security as only income; or
Be a recipient of a public assistance program; or
Be a recipient of Unemployment benefits; or
Have been on Unemployment that has now expired
Taken from website: “Please be aware that we are not able to assist with routine exams, vaccinations, Insulin maintenance, Spay/Neuter, etc”
Help with vet care, including but not limited to emergency medical treatment, spay/neuter, vaccinations and vet examinations ONLY if their dog(s) are to be kept in their home environment and not subsequently surrendered to an open access/limited admission/municipal or any other ‘kill’ facility. We may also help with basic necessities such as food and shelter ONLY if the intention is to keep the dog(s) in the home.
Will not provide funds to private individuals or facilities if the dog(s) is at risk of euthanasia after the funds have been provided.
The Mosby Foundation – NOT for emergency situations
From the website –
“We are not equipped to respond on an emergency basis.
It is our requirement that all dogs we help be spayed/neutered prior to our providing financial assistance. In rare cases when physically possible, this can be done at the same time as the needed medical treatment IF the treating veterinarian will perform the sterilization at the same price as a low cost spay/neuter clinic.”
Owner must fill out pre-application to start process. Link on webpage above.
NJ Animal Rights Alliance
Complete application at site above.
Onyx and Breezy Foundation
Must have been denied Care Credit for at least part of total cost
Complete application form at site above and enclose the following:
Diagnosis & Prognosis (if applicable)
Estimate of cost
Care Credit status (for individuals only)
Please provide a contact telephone number that accepts calls from a “blocked’ telephone number.
Paws 4 a Cure
Taken from website: “Please keep in mind, Paws 4 a Cure can only assist qualified applicants and assistance is only provided with non-routine veterinary care. This means that Paws 4 a Cure does not provide assistance for spaying/neutering, vaccinations, routine office visits or euthanasia.
Must prove financial hardship.
The Pet Fund
Must call the Pet Fund at 916-443-6007 before applying
Does not fund emergencies
The applicant must be seeking assistance for one animal in need of urgent medical care.
The applicant must obtain a diagnosis and treatment plan before applying.
Animals must be spayed or neutered to qualify.
RedRover Relief cannot pay for existing veterinary bills.
Applications are only accepted through the RedRover website
The pet/found animal must have a life-threatening illness, injury or condition.
The illness, injury or condition must require immediate or prompt veterinary intervention in order for the pet/found animal to survive.
The veterinarian’s prognosis (in the veterinarian’s best professional judgment) should indicate a positive outcome.
Top Dog Foundation
Assistance for geriatric pets (10 or older or 8 or older for large breeds).\
The animal must be a family owned pet with a good history of routine care with a general veterinarian.
The illness, injury or condition must be a treatable, yet urgent, condition with a good prognosis following treatment.
The family must be able to pay the remaining balance for treatment once Vet-I-Care has made its donation.