Veterinary Ventures Incorporated wrote:
Unfortunately crowdrise does not offer direct Pay Pal payment for donations. However you can still use Pay Pal via our website: www.veterinaryventures.com or the following link: PayPal.Me/vetventures
We will manually add in the donations received through Pay Pal to this fund raiser so you can still see our progress toward our goal!
We are honored to be returning to help the animals and people of Belize for our 4th campaign to the country.
We will be collaborating with two new humane groups to support their missions of decreasing over-population and providing spay neuter services to the homeless and underserved pets in the region. For this campaign we will be working with the Belize Humane Society with a 3 day campaign in Belize City. The team will then move to Orange Walk to coordinate the first spay-neuter campaign in the area for a newly formed humane group.
100% of your donations will go to purchasing and medications, supplies, and other necessary items for the campaign. All Veterinary Ventures volunteers pay their own travel costs and the local humane groups support the team and local volunteers with lodging. Any monies raised in excess of campaign needs will be used for purchase of supplies and medications for future campaigns.
The mission of Veterinary Ventures is to promote, by providing direct veterinary services, the humane treatment and care of animals in needy regions of the world.
Veterinary Ventures seeks areas of the world lacking adequate veterinary care. The goal is to collaborate with local animal and rescue groups to set up spay and neuter campaigns in attempt to humanely control stray animal populations. Veterinary Ventures is made up of a team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians who volunteer their time and knowledge to the physical workings of each campaign. Each person volunteers by providing their skill and performing tasks needed to run a successful veterinary medical campaign. Veterinary Ventures has successfully completed campaigns in various regions such as American Samoa, Mexico, Fiji, Peru, and Belize. We are continually searching for new areas to serve the homeless animals of the world.