Monday, November 19, 2007

Grants for Southern California Victims' Pets' Care

From The Foundation Center...

United Animal Nations Offers Pet Care Grants to Help Southern California Fire Victims

Deadline: Open

United Animal Nations ( ), a provider of emergency animal sheltering and disaster relief services and an advocate for the critical needs of animals, is offering financial assistance grants to help victims of the fires in Southern California care for their pets.

UAN's LifeLine Crisis Relief Grants can help fire victims with expenses for the following: veterinary care to treat injury or illness caused by the fires; temporary boarding; and transporting the animal to a temporary living situation.

UAN will offer qualified individual applicants up to $500 each as long as funds are available.

For eligibility information and application procedures, visit the UAN Web site. RFP Link:

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