LAS VEGAS – Heaven Can Wait Animal Society is honored to announce a generous operational grant from the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation to expand lifesaving veterinary services. This $900,000 grant includes support for key staff members, essential facilities updates and veterinary equipment, vaccination clinics, and more.
“The Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation’s investment in our mission is, in a word, transformative,” says Francesca Fulciniti, Executive Director. “Heaven Can Wait Animal Society has a long history in Las Vegas serving hundreds of thousands of animals in need – over 10,000 every year. This meaningful gift enables us to grow in a big way to match the growing needs of animals and families in our community through Spay & Neuter, Wellness, adoptions, and of course outreach and education.”
“We are thrilled to be supporting the efforts of Heaven Can Wait Animal Society,” said Amy Zeifang, Director, Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation. “This operational grant will allow Heaven Can Wait to help even more people and pets in the local community, and we are proud to be a part of their success.”
Heaven Can Wait Animal Society serves pet cats and dogs, community cats, and animals in foster and adoption programs through partnerships with other animal welfare nonprofit organizations.
About the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation
The Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation is a private charitable foundation based in Incline Village, Nevada. The Duffields are the founders of Maddie’s Fund, a leading animal welfare foundation dedicated to revolutionizing the status and well-being of companion animals. While the Duffields are long-time benefactors of companion animal causes, the Foundation also allows them to focus their philanthropic efforts in other areas they are passionate about, including supporting military veterans and giving back to their local community.
About Heaven Can Wait Animal Society
Heaven Can Wait Animal Society was founded as a non-profit in 2000 with the goal to eliminate the senseless, unnecessary killing of cats and dogs in Las Vegas area shelters by focusing on the critical need for high-volume low-cost targeted spay and neuter surgeries for companion animals and free-roaming cats, as well as providing educational programs and adoption opportunities. For more information visit heavencanwaitlv.org.