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Join a live Ukraine update on June 22nd

Veterinarians without Borders has been urgently raising funds to support shelter friends in Ukraine, and in other locations where people and their animals are fleeing. Join us for a live update from front line partners on the work so far and what lies ahead.

Thank you to everyone for attending this very special event. A special thank you to Mars and the Angel Gabriel Foundation for making a lot of this work possible.

The crisis in Ukraine is far from over, but people need to know that you have helped! So many have made a difference for animals in Ukraine.

We want to invite you to a live talk with front line partners, staff & volunteers that are putting donations to work. You can ask questions and hear first hand about the good that is being made possible.

Please take a moment to register:

When: Jun 22, 2022 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Live Ukraine Crisis Update

Register in advance for this talk:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Please find your impact report below to see just a few of the great things you have been a part of.

Ukraine Impact Report | Veterinarians Without Borders

Help Save Ukraine Animals in Crisis

Your urgent gift is greatly appreciated. You will help save the lives of shelter animals in Ukraine, and also help to save the lives of beloved family pets waiting to be reunited with their owners.

Thank you for helping.


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