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There are many charities out there doing a lot of good work who need support. We as a company support a number, mostly veterinary but not all. Usually we supply free or heavily discounted instruments but often cash is what they really need.

Below are some links (click on the logos) to some of the charities which we assist. You may wish to follow some of them to see the work they do. Any help you can offer would enable them to continue or expand their work.


Christian Veterinary Mission seeks to help veterinarians serve others and live out their Christian faith through their profession. We seek to change lives and communities by improving the care of livestock and other animals. Every year, thousands of people around the world struggle to survive because they don't have the right knowledge, skills and resources to care for their animals.  CVM veterinarians live and work alongside these people to offer the help they need.


GOAL was formed in 1977 and has since been delivering aid to the poorest of the poor. They have responded to nearly every major natural and man made disaster across 50 countries.


PETSAVERS is dedicated to improving the health of pets, providing vets with a better understanding of the illnesses that affect animals. There are still many diseases, like many human conditions, that we do not fully understand. Petsavers aims to change this – we fund studies into the illnesses affecting our pets and publish the findings in veterinary journals to further the knowledge of those in the profession.


VETAID was set up in 1989 by three postgraduate veterinary students at EdinburghUniversity. The charity was established to improve animal health by increasing access to better veterinary services in the developing world.

To see a progress report on a Vetinst Funded study please CLICK HERE


PhaNgan Animal Care (PAC) is primarily a nursing clinic, providing nursing and veterinary care for the island’s stray and unwanted animals. We have a dedicated neutering and vaccination programme, which has made an enormous difference to population control on the island, as well as the health of the individual animals.


International Anti Poaching Foundation will protect and preserve wildlife through the provision of specialist training and equipment to anti poaching units and communities in volatile regions.

The current situation of poaching has hit crisis levels in many countries around the world & numerous wildlife species are facing extinction. 


Orangutan Outreach has many aims including to protect orangutans in their native habitat and to raise and promote public awareness of, and participation in, conservation strategies for orangutans through grassroots campaigns, community involvement and global communication.

Click Here to see the latest sponsor update and how Veterinary Instrumentation is helping this charitable cause.



Vets Beyond Borders is an Australian-based, not-for-profit, incorporated organisation established by veterinary volunteers in 2003. Vets Beyond Borders  co-ordinates and runs veterinary based animal welfare and public health programs in developing communities of the Asia and Pacific region.




Hart was set up with the majority of the staff and co-founders of Himalayan Animal Rescue Team. Nepal is a poor country and animal welfare is a low priority among many other pressing concerns. HART aims to reduce animal suffering over as wide a geographical range as possible.





Greek Animal Rescue is a UK based charity, Founded in 1989 in order to alleviate the suffering of animals in Greece by supporting a number of animal shelters, sterilising as many dogs & cats as funds allow and finding homes for the lucky few in the UK and several other EU countries.



International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to engage communities, government leaders, and like-minded organizations around the world and achieve lasting solutions to pressing animal welfare and conservation challenges-solutions that benefit both animals and people.


The Tree of Life for Animals (TOLFA) is a grassroots organization in India set up to improve the abject suffering seen in stray animals residing on every street. By reducing numbers, through sterilization, providing rescue and veterinary care to those that are ailing and vaccination to prevent disease, the lives of these animals can be dramatically improved.


  Yayasan Yudisthira Swarga has been the official Bali Street Dog Foundation since 1997. Yudisthira is a not-for-profit animal welfare organisation dedicated to reducing the number of unhealthy and neglected street dogs living in Bali, Indonesia.

Harnas is one of the few wildlife orphanages and welfare centers in Namibia.  Lions, leopards, cheetahs and wild dogs to the smallest surricate have made Harnas their home after being neglected, abused or abandoned. More than 380 indigenous wild animals reside here on Harnas



Cameroon Wildlife Aid Fund (CWAF) - protecting Cameroon’s great apes through direct action. Our front line conservation work includes rescuing orphaned or injured gorillas, chimpanzees and monkeys, providing them with individual care, and giving them a safe forest sanctuary home where they can live with their own kind.



Mayhew International works to promote companion animal welfare and the humane management of homeless cats and dogs through a network of community animal care initiatives. Our work with vets interested in this area of animal welfare has a special significance for international development, benefiting communities in developing countries, many of whom rely on their animals for support.



Médecins Sans Frontiér is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters.


WaterAid is an international charity. Our mission is to overcome poverty by enabling the world's poorest people to gain access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education.


Tools for Self Reliance helps to relieve poverty in Africa by supporting small businesses and by raising awareness in the UK. With the help of hundreds of dedicated volunteers in the UK we fund business skills and other training projects in six countries in Africa.



AZAFADY aims to eradicate poverty, suffering and environmental damage in Madagascar



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