Maddie's Fund grants are designed to help build and sustain a no-kill nation so shelter dogs and cats can be guaranteed a loving home.
Since 1999, Maddie's Fund® has awarded animal welfare organizations and universities $128.5 million to save animal lives.
Maddie's Fund grants are designed to help build and sustain a no-kill nation so shelter dogs and cats can be guaranteed a loving home. The foundation provides strategic funding to collaborative organizations and communities that are leading the way in saving healthy and treatable shelter dogs and cats. Grants are also awarded to establish shelter medicine programs at colleges of veterinary medicine so the specialized knowledge and skills of faculty and students can be incorporated in the effort to save all healthy and treatable shelter dogs and cats nationwide.
Grantmaking efforts focus on organizations that honor the foundation's core values of honesty, integrity and mutual respect.
More than 8,000 happy endings at Maddie's Pet Adoption Days 2013. Read More
Maddie's Treatable Assistance Program supports the adoptions of senior and/or medically treatable homeless dogs and cats originating from animal control shelters in Alameda, Contra Costa and San Francisco Counties. The program provides adoption stipends of $700 per adoption of medically treatable or senior dogs and cats and $1,400 per adoption of medically treatable and senior dogs and cats. The program has been approved for $6M and runs from October 2012 through December 2014. Read More
Maddie's Fund is supporting U.S. Colleges of Veterinary Medicine developing shelter medicine programs. There are six different funding opportunities available. Read More
Maddie's Fund is recognizing communities that have achieved no-kill for shelter dogs and cats. Read More
Maddie's Fund is collaborating with The HSUS and the Ad Council on a four year pet adoption campaign encouraging Americans to adopt shelter dogs and cats. Read More
Maddie's Fund is providing medical equipment funds for adoption guarantee shelters that employ at least one full-time veterinarian. Read More
Maddie's Fund has supported coalitions that collected and reported shelter data. We are not currently accepting new applications for this grant type. Read More
Maddie's Fund has supported collaborations between animal welfare organizations and veterinarians aiming to achieve a no-kill community for shelter dogs and cats. We are currently not accepting new applications for this grant type. Read More
Maddie's Tail Wag is a collection of activities and coloring pages for animal lovers six-years-old and younger. Read More
Find out how to give wisely to animal charities, do effective hands-on work for the animals or follow the path of individuals who have mustered extraordinary perseverance and determination to make a difference for the animals in their communities. Read More