North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association Presents $5,000 High Five Grant to Tiger World
Rockwell, NC, February 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association (NCVMA) has awarded one of its five annual $5,000 High Five grants to Tiger World. Located in Rockwell, Tiger World is a nonprofit animal conservation and educational center dedicated to the protection, rescue, rehabilitation and preservation of exotic animals. Operating with no tax support, Tiger World differentiates itself from ordinary zoos by specializing in threatened and endangered species. The High Five Grant will assist Tiger World in funding the care needed to accommodate these animals.
The High Five Grant Program was established to assist qualified organizations that promote community service as well as compassion and health care for people and animals in North Carolina. NCVMA will award $5,000 to Tiger World in 2014, and the organization will have the opportunity to receive another $5,000 grant in 2015 by a reapplication process. For more information on Tiger World, visit http://www.tigerworld.us/.
“We are excited about offering this grant to Tiger World and seeing how it will help care for and preserve various endangered species,” said Claire Holley, executive director of the NCVMA. “Our primary goal is to aid in the caring of these animals, and we hope to inspire others to get involved in supporting pets and all animals in North Carolina.”
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The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association (NCVMA) is a professional organization of veterinarians dedicated to compassionate animal care and quality medicine. The NCVMA promotes integrity and excellence in veterinary medicine, provides the highest quality continuing education programs and conferences, supports its members through public relations and marketing efforts to the public and governing officials, lobbies on behalf of the interests of the entire profession, and serves as an advocate and voice for veterinary medicine in the state. As recognized experts in veterinary medicine, NCVMA members are frequently asked to contribute their opinions and lend their expertise to media outlets throughout North Carolina and around the country, including The News & Observer, Charlotte Today, Wilmington Star-News, Fayetteville Observer, Greensboro News & Record, USA Today, Yahoo!, ABC News and News14 Carolina. For more information, visit http://www.ncvma.org/, or call (800) 446-2862 or (919) 851-5850.