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Spay/Neuter Grant Funds Available to GVMA Members
The GVMA would like to thank the Georgia Department of Agriculture for working with us to again allow veterinarians to utilize funds from the grant program funded by the sale of spay/neuter license plates. Through the GVMA Foundation (only non-profits may apply to GDA – veterinarians cannot apply individually) we will apply for a large grant and will evenly distribute those funds to all participating members. As in the past, GVMA members may apply for those funds to pay for or subsidize sterilization procedures. It is the intent of the program that these grants are used for those that need financial assistance.
In order for the application to be considered certain parameters are required and must be documented in a letter on your hospital’s letterhead.
They are as follows:
According to the Georgia Department of Agriculture Regulations, “grant funds shall be used for sterilization surgeries only and shall not be used for capita or administrative expenses or for procedures not directly related to sterilization surgery, such as promotions, vaccinations, testing, licensing, food, medicine, and/or other medical procedures.”
For ease and efficiency, please use the template below to generate your letter. The deadline for fax or email submission to the GVMA is October 10, 2016. Mail must be postmarked by October 5.
The fee range for spay and neuter services are as follows:
In order to receive funds from the GVMA Foundation, you will be required to submit a spreadsheet with the client’s name and date of the procedure after you have completed all of the procedures that you applied for. A template will be sent to you once you are accepted into our program.
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