Veterinary Care Charitable Fund

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Injured_stray_dog Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital is proud to announce that it has become a partner in the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund (VCCF), a program created by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) to support veterniarians who provide veterinary services to animals in our community whose owners are faced with extraordinary hardships.

Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital donates considerable time and money every year to a number of local animal health-related charitable endeavors in the Southaven and greater Memphis area.  With a growing number of pet owners unable to afford veterinary care, the need for charitable help far outweighs the ability of any individual veterinary practice.

As a participant in the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund, Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital will provide direct animal care for pet owners facing financial hardships, including low-income seniors, disabled veterans, and others requiring service dogs, good Samaritans who rescue animals, and victims of domestic violence.

As a partner in the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund, Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital encourages the community to make charitable contributions.  Donations are tax-deductible and go directly to the clinic to support and enhance our already established charitable work.  Contributions may also be made in memory or recognition of beloved pets.

The VCCF’s expenses are funded entirely through charitable donations – 100% of EVERY dollar contributed to support the charitable work of Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital is used to directly fund the care of animals in our community.

Service_Dog_in_Oslo_2013Donations can be made to Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital online at VCCFund.org. Donations can also be mailed to 8928 Swinnea Rd., Southaven, MS 38671 or dropped off at Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital.  Please make sure you identify your gift is to support Greenbrook Companion Animal Hospital Veterinary Care Charitable Fund.

For more information, please visit AVMF.org to learn more about the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund and other animal health and wellness programs.