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When was the charity formed?

What is the charity's mission?

Is PEIVDF a registered charity?

Where is the charity based?

How can I apply to PEIVDF for assistance in the form of a mission for the exotic animals at my sanctuary, shelter, or zoo?

How can I apply to work on a mission?

Are you still awarding working grants?

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When was the charity formed?

The charity was formed in early 2005, through a donation of funds from Dr. Peter Emily. PEIVDF initially was formed as a 501(c)(3) private foundation. On June 23, 2009, PEIVDF incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity.

What is the charity's mission?

The charity's mission is to provide advanced veterinary dental care and education for the benefit of captive exotic animals located in facilities in the US and abroad by conducting veterinary dental teaching missions to sanctuaries, shelters, and lesser zoos that are understaffed and/or under funded from a veterinary perspective.

For more detail on our missions, please visit the Tuition for Missions page.

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Is PEIVDF a registered charity?

PEIVDF is recognized by the I.R.S. as a registered 501(c)(3) public charity.

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Where is the charity based?

The charity's offices are located in Lakewood, Colorado - 15 minutes West of Denver. The charity currently conducts missions in the US .

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How can I apply to PEIVDF for assistance in the form of a mission for my sanctuary or zoo?

The charity is accepting Application for Assistance forms from sanctuaries, shelters, and zoos requesting veterinary dental care for their exotic animal residents. Facilities must be recognized by the IRS as 501(c)(3) charities. To download the form, click HERE. Just fill it out, save your changes, and email it to us a missions@peteremilyfoundation.org. Please be sure to include detailed information on your facilities, the number and types of cases, the affected teeth (if known), and if available, a link to your website. If you do not have a website, please send some information about your facility (location, number of animals, staff, etc.)

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How can I apply to work on a mission?

The charity has an application form for prospective mission workers to fill out and submit to the charity. To download the form, click HERE. Fill in the form, save your changes, and email the form back to us at missions@peteremilyfoundation.org. Please be sure to answer all the questions.

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Are you still awarding working grants?

Working grants were awarded in 2005 through 2008. For 2009 onward, the charity discontinued its grants program and is focusing its efforts into directly providing advanced veterinary dental care and education for the benefit of captive exotic animals located in facilities in the US and abroad. See our Prior Grant Recipients page for more information on past grant winners.

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