NORTH AMERICAN VETERINARY HEALTH CENTER FOUNDATION

Our 501c3 Non-Profit Foundation, North American Veterinary Health Center Foundation (NAVHCF) is designed to make world-class advanced lifesaving veterinary healthcare available to pet owners when the owners, do not have the financial ability to pay for such procedures.

Furthermore, our foundation:

  • Provide scholarships to the next generation of veterinary practitioners.
  • Helps in the development of new veterinary technology and medical procedures.
  • Funds research grants for veterinary medical studies that advance technology and treatments.
  • Works hard for animal rights by providing support to animal advocacy and welfare organizations.

Overseen by an independent Board of Directors, the Foundation empowers North American Veterinary Health Center with the resources necessary to provide the Americas with world-class healthcare for our pets from a highly skilled veterinary team, using the most advanced state-of-the-art technology, equipment, and medical protocols. The Foundation is an integral part of the NAVHC’s commitment to delivering expanded access to world-class care for dogs and cats regardless of their owner’s financial ability.

Mission:

Provide access to highly advanced lifesaving veterinary health care for dogs and cats.

Vision:

To bridge the gap between animal and human medicine by sharing technology, advanced treatments, and surgical procedures, giving pet owners the same healthcare treatments options, we have available in human medicine which will result in saving more of our pet’s lives.

Behind the Foundation: Bella and Sophie

Our beautiful black and white 7-year-old Shih Tzu was diagnosed with a heart murmur during her routine wellness visit. She was initially given 9-months to live. After exhaustive research, calling experts around the globe, we were lead to Dr. Augusta Pelosi. In working with Dr. Pelosi we realized we shared a common vision to bring world class cardiac management and open heart surgery to the Americas, and we spent nearly six years fine tuning our vision. In 2017, NAVHC and the NAVHC Foundation were opened.

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Objectives

The primary objectives of the NAVHCF are:

  • To help defer the cost of unique procedures exclusively offered at our center when owners do not have the financial ability to pay for such procedures.
  • To help defer the cost of unique procedures offered to “service dogs” trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability within the meaning of the Americans with Disability Act, 42 U.S.C. § 1201, et seg.
  • To help defer the cost of unique life-saving procedures to “K9” working dogs in service to law enforcement governmental agencies.
  • To engage in veterinary research, technology and education partners who are Public Charities under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Code.
  • To engage in fundraising activities to raise funds for the current and future operation of the organization to accomplish its goals.
  • To provide financial support to reduce veterinary student debt through scholarships. Scholarships programs are available to qualifying second-and third-year veterinary students who are seeking board-certification in a specialized area of practice.

Fundraising

NAVHCF is a highly unique Foundation, as it is set-up to provide greater access to life-saving procedures available at NAVHC. A variety of methods raises funds for the Foundation.

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Events

NAVHC hosts several fundraising events annually, designed to increase awareness of health issues in dogs and cats; these events will raise both awareness and funds for the mission. General donations “membership” NAVHCF will offer general donations which enable donors to have connectivity to the foundation and the hospital via the monthly eNewsletter.
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Philanthropic Partners

Other local organizations connected to the NAVHCF raise funds through grant-making organizations whose focus is animal welfare and healthcare technology.
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Honoring a Passed One

Donors can immortalize a pet who has passed or honor pets who have had successful outcomes through gifts to the NAVHCF.
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Planned Gifts

Planned giving through NAVHCF is a compelling opportunity to save lives and receive a financial return on investment today. With a planned gift, you can combine your desire to give to NAVHCF with your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goals. Planned gifts can be a simple and affordable way to leave a lasting legacy.
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A Gift in Kind

Donations can include equipment, supplies, medical drugs, transportation, or other related items or services, needed by the Foundation and the Hospital.

How are contributions used?

All philanthropic contributions raised will help support a wide variety of services at NAVHC. In addition to making lifesaving veterinary healthcare available to pet owners who do not have the financial ability to pay for such procedures, your donations allow us the opportunity to collaborate with medical professionals across many sectors. We are working hard work to bridge the gap between animal and human medicine. Together we can advance veterinary medicine, by establishing a new high-tech treatment and research facilities, to developing new life-saving protocols, to building the most advanced team of veterinary experts helping fill the demand for advanced veterinary healthcare.

Supporting these ongoing services at NAVHC will ultimately help accomplish our goal of making life-saving healthcare accessible to dogs and cats across the Americas.

Please consider donating to our foundation. Every dollar helps to make life-saving surgeries available to our fur family members.

Please join our legacy to help advance veterinary healthcare by helping us bridge the gap between animal and human medicine.
Our pets should have the same lifesaving treatment options available to them as we do in human medicine.
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