The ACVIM Foundation does not fund individuals or veterinary medical bills. The following organizations may be able to provide financial assistance for which the mission of the ACVIM Foundation does not.
Ashley’s Angel Fund – provides monetary assistance for veterinary care to dog owners whose pet is facing a life-threatening condition.
The Assistance Dog United Campaign – assists people with disabilities with finding funding to purchase service dogs.
Banfield Charitable Trust (BCT)– assistance for struggling pet owners who are facing life-threatening, emergency veterinary situations and preventive care plans for pets and pet owners living on a fixed income.
Big Hearts Fund – funds cardiac conditions care
Canine Cancer Awareness – provides veterinary care for dogs with cancer whose families are financially unable to provide treatment.
Care Credit – provides no interest payment plans
Cats in Crisis– assists with feline kidney, thyroid, cardiac, mobility and neurological-related medical conditions.
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program– assists with emergency care for low-income cat owners.
The Handicapped Pets Foundation – donates mobility equipment to pets in need.
Help-A-Pet – assists with medical care for companion animals owned by low-income individuals and families.
The Humane Society of the United States – provides guidance when faced with having trouble affording veterinary care
In Memory of Magic, or IMOM – assistance for life-threatening emergencies.
The Magic Bullet Fund – assists with the cost of treatment for dogs with cancer.
Onyx and Breezy – provides grants for medical care
The Pet Fund – assists with veterinary care.
Pets are Wonderful Support (PAWS) – provides for the comprehensive needs of companion animals for low-income seniors and people with HIV/AIDS and other disabling illnesses.
Red Rover Relief – assists with urgent veterinary care.
United States Department of Veterans Affairs – for Veterans who have service dogs, Title 38 Section 1714 enables veterans to ask their caseworkers to file VA Form 10-2641 in order to receive financial assistance for veterinary care of service animals.
Individual State Programs
The Humane Society of the United States– lists pet assistance organizations in each state, including spay and neuter and basic care resources.