Morris Animal Foundation
|Category: Animals & Wildlife
The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on research to protect, treat, and cure animals. It established the Betty White Wildlife Rapid Response Fund in March 2010 to give wildlife researchers timely monetary aid that will allow them to respond to unexpected events such as natural disasters and emerging diseases. Grants from the Fund will enable wildlife researchers and veterinarians worldwide to respond quickly to disease outbreaks and other events that result in wildlife health issues. Researchers, organizations, and facilities must be experts in the research field and show a good probability of success. Proposals cannot be for a rescue effort, but must have an animal health and welfare research component. The online application form can only be accessed through a Web address that redirects an applicant to a host Web site.
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