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$20,000 in grants awarded for spay and neuter procedures in Yuma, AZ
It’s warming up here in Arizona, and warmer months means kitten season. This also means more work for the City of Yuma Animal Control unit that takes in multiple animals per day whether they are injured, feral animals or lost strays. $20,000 worth of grant money has recently been approved for animal control to use to spay and neuter both domestic and feral animals. Read more...

Financial aid for veterinarian bills available
There are services and financial aid programs in place to help people who can’t afford veterinary costs. Services range from low cost clinics and hospitals to grant programs. Many will require proof of financial hardship such as tax returns, pay stubs, relevant disability or welfare statements, and the contact information of your veterinarian. Read more...

Dove offers $5,000 paternity grants for dads to take parental leave
Dove Men+Care has teamed up with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian to promote a grant program that will award $5,000 to expectant fathers who do not have employer-paid leave to take care of their newborn children. To be considered for the grant, new and expectant fathers should fill out the online application at dmcpaternityleave.dja.com, as well as sign the Pledge for Paternity Leave at dovemencare.com/pledge, which is required as part of the application process. Submissions will be accepted through 2020. Read more...

Animal welfare organizations can win grants
The Petco Foundation will award more than $40,000 in grant awards to animal welfare organizations between January 15 – February 13, 2019 to recognize participation in the World’s Largest Virtual Valentine to Shelter Pets & The People Who Care For Them! Beginning on January 15, adopters will be asked to upload photos and videos with their valentine message at pecofoundation.org/love. Each day, one submitter will be selected to win a prize pack and a $1,000 grant award for the organization they adopted from. The organization with the most submissions from their adopters will earn a $10,000 grant award from the Petco Foundation. Read more...