Raleigh, NC, July 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association (http://www.ncvma.org/) has announced that Friends of the NCVMA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the organization, has donated $750 to Dr. Julianne Davis of the Canine Assisted Rehabilitation for the Elderly on behalf of the organization. C.A.R.E is a nonprofit organization which places shelter dogs in a permanent home and trains them to be therapeutic visitors in assisted living facilities and senior centers.
The NCVMA also gave $500 to C.A.R.E. along with the contribution from its foundation.
“C.A.R.E. is a fantastic organization that helps increase the adoptability of shelter dogs and benefit senior citizens,” said Claire Holley, executive director of the NCVMA. “Placing a shelter dog in the care of a senior citizen rescues both from potentially lonely existences, and C.A.R.E. is dedicated to developing those special relationships. Our association is pleased to contribute to this worthy cause.”
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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. For more information, visit http://www.ncvma.org/, or call (800) 446-2862 or (919) 851-5850.
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