Historic $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Serve as the Catalyst to End Preventable Animal Suffering in Berks County

//Historic $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Serve as the Catalyst to End Preventable Animal Suffering in Berks County

Historic $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Serve as the Catalyst to End Preventable Animal Suffering in Berks County

Humane Pennsylvania, the region’s largest partnership of animal welfare organizations, is excited to announce the acceptance of its largest gift to date – a $3.1 million dollar grant from The Giorgi Family Foundation.
The grant’s purpose is to eliminate preventable companion animal suffering by vastly expanding progressive community veterinary services for Reading area families, and to bolster Humane Pennsylvania’s ability to prepare for local, regional, and national emergencies and disasters that impact animals.
The gift will enhance Humane Pennsylvania’s focus on key factors leading to preventable animal suffering and death, including preventative veterinary care, universal identification, universal sterilization services, robust disaster response capability, comprehensive community pet data collection, pet food security, and more.
These mission-centered services will be developed and rolled out swiftly and broadly for maximum impact.
For more information, please click here:  https://blog.humanepa.org/?p=1955
By |2018-11-05T10:40:57+00:00November 5th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Historic $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Serve as the Catalyst to End Preventable Animal Suffering in Berks County

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Among other things, Pat Biswanger is an animal lover, a lawyer, a professor of law, and a grandmother. She is also executive director of the Federated Humane Societies of Pennsylvania and welcomes your comments, questions, and suggestions about the Federated: pbiswanger@pafederatedhumane.org.