Social impact at VetCare –
because we care
Giving Back to Our Communities
One of VetCare’s core values is caring for our communities. This means a deep commitment to providing the best possible care for our staff, patients and families. On a wider level, it means investing in community initiatives so that every animal in Canada may have access to the best possible care available to them.
VetCare – Show Us Your Heart
Show Us Your Heart is a campaign that started in VetCare practices in 2020 over the holiday period. Since it’s the season of giving, we encourage clients who are willing and able to donate to our Robin Hood fund. We then match every donation to the last dollar to help any patients that need help with their bills and can’t afford it.
The Farley Foundation is a lifeline for pet owners who simply cannot afford costly and lifesaving procedures for their much-loved companions. To date, the Farley Foundation has disbursed more than $5 million to assist more than 11,500 pets and pet owners in need. Every September, the Farley Foundation presents Ride For Farley, a 100km bike ride to raise donations for pets in need.
In 2021, Dr. Albert Wimmers, a practicing DVM and VetCare’s National Medical Director, participated for the 13th year in a row. VetCare’s Ontario practices stepped up to the plate, spreading the word and helping Dr. Wimmers exceed his goal of raising $15K for the admirable cause. The money was raised with the help of generous clients at the practices.
We’re dedicated to nurturing strong and vibrant communities through various initiatives that show the value of giving back. From hosting blood drives to organizing fundraising events for charitable causes, all of our clinics make a positive impact.
Our commitment to community involvement goes hand in hand with our passion for animal care. We recognize that when we come together, we can achieve amazing things that benefit both pets and their families. With this spirit of collaboration and support, we aim to build lasting connections and contribute to the well-being of every member of our communities.