Please call 602.273.6852 x106 with any questions about donating.

Medical Miracle Fund

The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA does whatever is necessary to help thousands of animals find their forever homes – including extraordinary medical treatments and procedures if necessary. Our Medical Miracle Fund (MMF) helps to offset the costs of medical care that goes beyond the typical spay/neuter surgeries and vaccinations. For example, Bertha, a puppy mill survivor, received no health care for many years, resulting in painful and serious chronic ear infections which caused her ear canals to become swollen shut with damaged tissue. Thanks to generous donors, the MMF helped pay for specialized surgery to relieve her suffering. Even through all of the pain she endured, Bertha stole everyone’s heart as she rejoiced in hugs, kisses and tender loving care at AAWL. She is now on the road to recovery, and a loving new home, thanks to the compassionate people who donated to the Medical Miracle Fund.

Please help us help more homeless animals by donating today. No amount is too small and your generosity will be rewarded by wagging tails and soft purrs from those that need our help the most.

Thank you.

AAWL & SPCA is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization, tax ID 23-7149453. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

If you have any questions about your donation please e-mail development@aawl.org or call 602 273-6852 x106. To best utilize your donation, we are saving the stamp and will be sending your donation receipt by e-mail.

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