The Rachael Ray Foundation Supports Colorado Pets in Need
$150,000 grant will help veterans and seniors provide medical care for their pets ~
DENVER (May 23, 2019) The Rachael Ray Foundation™ awarded a $150,000 grant to the Dumb Friends League Solutions—Veterinary Hospital. The hospital, which opened in October 2018, is a full-service, low-cost animal hospital that exists to prevent suffering in pets whose caretakers would otherwise be unable to provide veterinary care.
The generous grant will specifically support veterans and seniors seeking medical care for their pets at Solutions—Veterinary Hospital through The Rachael Ray Foundation™ Veterans Fund and The Rachael Ray Foundation™ Seniors Fund. The grant will also support preventative care for all clients and their pets through The Rachael Ray Foundation™ Preventative Care Fund. By funding this work, The Rachael Ray Foundation will aid the League’s efforts to preserve existing bonds between people and pets—regardless of an owner’s ability to pay.
“Many of our patrons at Solutions—Veterinary Hospital have nowhere else to turn,” said Duane Adams, Dumb Friends League vice president of community solutions. “We provide access to affordable veterinary care and are grateful for The Rachael Ray Foundation’s support of this life-changing resource in our community.”
Learn more about or support the vital work at Dumb Friends League Solutions—Veterinary Hospital by visiting ddfl.org.
To learn more about The Rachael Ray Foundation’s mission, please visit rachaelrayfoundation.org.
About the Dumb Friends League
The Dumb Friends League cares for more than 20,000 homeless pets and horses each year and is a national model in animal welfare. Working toward its mission to end pet homelessness and animal suffering, the League is a strong and steadfast voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. Learn more about the programs and services the Dumb Friends League offers to its community at ddfl.org.