Wild Animal Health Fund

As a program of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians (AAZV) — a not-for-profit founded in 1946, The Wild Animal Health Fund is solely focused on providing grants for animal health research and studies conducted by veterinary professionals for the benefit of zoo animals and wildlife. While other conservation groups work to preserve and protect natural habitats, The Wild Animal Health Fund focuses on helping the animals themselves — everything from tiny tree frogs to humpback whales.

Client: Wild Animal Health Fund
Focus Areas: Fundraising consulting, annual giving, donor pipeline development, direct mail fundraising, annual fund branding

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