Philanthropy

Pet Memorial strives to be involved in the care of less fortunate animals. We're proud to be involved with these organizations who share our values. Please visit the following resources if you're interested in being a donor or owner!

  The Pennsylvania Veterinary Foundation (PVF) established the “The Last Chance Fund” (TLC) in 2009 to help ensure a source of  funding for the care of abused or neglected, unowned companion animals that might otherwise be euthanized or turned over to an animal shelter that is already overburdened. We chose to partner with the PVF because we felt their commitment to assisting the community and the less fortunate aligned with our commitment of helping those in need and we knew they could have a greater reach than us alone.
The Angel Fund, organized by the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center (VREC), came into existance due to wonderful client donations to provide care for pets who have responsible owners who simply need financial support. To keep the fund open, VREC holds fundraising events, such as the Angel Fund 5k, which had its first year in 2012.
The Animal Welfare League of Arlington was founded in 1944 to establish a human organization dedicated to the welfare of abused, stray and neglected animals in Northern Virginia. Since then they have grown to an organization of over 300 volunteers and expanded from the care and shelter of needy animals to include human education programs and community services.
The Angels for Animals Foundation is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization that raises money to help pet owners suffering from extreme financial hardship to provide veterinary care for animals facing serious medical challenges. Each year, thousands of family pets are euthanized because their owners simply cannot afford life-saving medical treatments and procedures.