The Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund and the Group Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties this week announced $65,000 in grant awards to 26 nonprofit animal rescue companies across Virginia, like many in Loudoun County.
Ursula Landsrath established the Animal Rescue Fund of Virginia as an impartial corporation in 2008, distributing much more than $1 million to Virginia-centered animal rescue corporations just before shutting down grantmaking functions in 2017 when she grew to become significantly ill. Her husband and buddies designed the Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund inside the Neighborhood Foundation right after she died in January 2019 to keep on her grantmaking legacy.
The fund supports grassroots animal rescue organizations whilst benefitting from staffing and investment assistance from the Neighborhood Basis. Past year, the Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund awarded $57,000 to animal welfare nonprofits.
“Since Ursula’s passing in 2019, ULARF has specified out $209,200. Our committee hopes to establish on this, raising our fund base to provide more nonprofit animal organizations in Virginia,” Mary Johnson, chair of the Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund Grants Committee, reported.
This 12 months, the fund selected 26 organizations to acquire funding, right after conducting a aggressive grant approach. This year’s grant awards are:
$2,500 to A.E.R.O. (Animal Schooling and Rescue Firm) to aid source buys for wildlife rehabilitation
$2,500 to Animal Care Assistance Software to assistance for very low-earnings veterinary assistance software in Central Virginia
$3,000 to Appalachian Good Pyrenees Rescue to support products costs to create new outdoor exercising runs for rescued Great Pyrenees dogs
$2,500 to DC Space Weimaraner Rescue to guidance pet spay, neuter, and emergency vet costs
$2,500 to Dewey Animals, Inc. to guidance their trap-neuter-return application for feral cats in Loudoun and Prince William counties
$2,500 to Canines Should have Greater, Inc. to assistance spay and neuter of puppies becoming adopted by lower-cash flow homes
$2,500 to Equine Rescue League Foundation to support the treatment and shelter of rescued equines in Loudoun County
$2,500 to Garfield’s Rescue, Inc. to aid the spay, neuter and associated clinical fees for homeless cats in the Northern Neck counties of Virginia
$2,500 to Goochland Pet Lovers to assist healthcare fees for animals in Goochland
$3,000 to Encouraging Homeless Felines to guidance for emergency veterinary care for injured stray cats
$2,500 to Hope’s Legacy Equine Rescue, Inc. to help crisis veterinary care for rescued equines
$2,500 to Humane Society of Loudoun County to aid their Local community Cat Program
$2,500 to Humane Modern society of Shenandoah County to aid for “Operation Catsnip” cat spay and neuter plan
$2,500 to Loudoun Neighborhood Cat Coalition to assistance group cat spay, neuter and kitten rescue in Loudoun County
$2,500 to MAD Cats to support spay, neuter and vaccinations for 40 kittens in Madison County
$3,000 to Middleburg Humane Foundation to guidance animal treatment provides for animals that have to have spay, neuter, and clinical care served by companion shelters
$2,500 to Mutt Appreciate Rescue, Inc. to assistance homeless dogs with incredible clinical charges
$2,500 to Animals Carry Joy to assistance lure, neuter and return application as nicely as adoption of neighborhood cats
$2,500 to Guarantees Animal Rescue, Inc. to aid dog rescue
$2,500 to RappCats to guidance for cat neuter method in Rappahannock County
$1,500 to Rockbridge Animal Alliance to guidance cat food items distribution at Pet Food Pantry serving Rockbridge, Lexington, and Buena Vista
$2,500 to Serendipity Equine to guidance horse feed charges for rescued equines
$1,500 to Serenity Farm Virginia to guidance for professional medical charges for rescued animals
$2,500 to the Neighborhood Cat Alliance to help their cat trap, neuter, and return program for small- and mounted-income residents of Frederick County
$2,500 to Twin County Humane Society to assist for spay and neuter of 100 cats and
$3,000 to Wildlife Veterinary Care to help for the buy of veterinary medicines and provides for ill and wounded wildlife.