This page contains info about almost all of the endeavours and organizations we’ve funded over the years. We’re stoked that we’ve been able to make a difference in the lives of so many animals and families thanks to your support and donations!
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All our funding stories contain links to the groups we have funded. We also have info about what qualifies a group for funding here.
Neuterhead sent VOKRA a grant of $3,750, which covered the costs of spay/neuter procedures for approximately 25 cats. VOKRA finds homes 1300-1800 cats per year, most of whom need to be spayed or neutered, so their single largest operating expense is veterinary costs.
Neuterhead sent Surrey Cat Coalition a grant of $5,750, which was used exclusively for the veterinary costs of spaying and neutering. This grant covered the costs of spay/neuter procedures for 50 cats, who were part of 300 cats being helped in a spay and neuter initiative.
Squamish Neighbourhood Animal Partnership & Protection Society received a grant of $1,700. The purpose of this grant was to assist SNAPPS with efforts to get five feral cat colonies spayed/neutered.
Neuterhead sent a $2,000 grant to Kootenay Animal Assistance Program Society (KAAP) to help fund accessible spay and neuter procedures for low income individuals and families. KAAP also helped with affordable veterinary medical assistance, and spread awareness about the benefits of spaying and neutering companion animals.
Neuterhead sent Surrey Cat Coalition a grant of $2,000, which was used to bring mobile veterinary services to the First Nations reserve the Woyenne Reserve of the Lake Babine Nation in Northwest British Columbia.
Neuterhead sent Surrey Community Cat Coalition a grant of $5,000, which was used to assist the with spaying and neutering costs in their TNR (trap-neuter-release) program. The grant also covered costs of vaccines for stray and feral cats, and any additional medical treatment (e.g. antibiotics) or dental extractions if required.
About the Grant Neuterhead sent Surrey Community Cat Coalition a grant of $2,166 to help them with spay and neuter costs in two time sensitive situations requiring immediate TNR (trap-neuter-release) intervention. In total, 22 feral cats were assisted by the grant....
Neuterhead sent Broken Promises Rescue a grant of $3,150. The purpose of this grant was to assist with a huge and very sudden influx of puppies that needed spaying, neutering, and in some cases, emergency medical aid.
Neuterhead sent Vancouver Orphaned Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA) a grant of $2,000. The purpose of this grant was to assist VOKRA with relief for their ongoing efforts to spay and neuter cats surrendered to them and feral strays assisted in their TNR (trap-neuter-release) programs.