The SGF's mission is to raise and dispense funds to support animal care giving organizations, to foster awareness and education of complementary therapies, and to support the continued education of those in the animal medical field.
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  Welcome!

The Susan Giblin Foundation for Animal Wellness & Welfare formed to honor the memory and continue the work of Susan Giblin, a Certified Veterinary Technician and noted animal advocate, who passed away from leukemia at the age of 46. The Foundation's mission is to raise and dispense funds to support animal caregiving organizations, to foster awareness and education of complementary therapies, and to support the continued education of those in the animal medical field.  Projects can range from funding for ongoing operations, funding for specific projects, grants for continuing education or grants for needed procedures or treatments in conjunction with selected veterinarians.

Our fundraising concert, "A Tribute to the 40th Anniversary of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders from Mars" was a galactic success!  Thanks to everyone for coming out to remember Susan and support our foundation.  For the past 2 years the Susan Giblin Foundation has given over $10,000 to local animal organizations and animals in need.  We've also helped many local spay/neuter programs. 

 

Thanks to the rockers who rocked the universe:

Jeffrey Gaines, Loretta Bilieux, Tony Rider, The Parallax Project and Eddie Munoz.  

Who We Have Helped...
Xander...Happy & Healthy!

Meet Xander

Thankfully, you can.

Because he almost didn’t make it.  You see, last summer, Xander suffered a painful, life-threatening illness that required emergency surgery on his urinary tract.  The surgery would save him, problem was, his people couldn’t afford it.

 

Enter the Susan Giblin Foundation.  SFG donated $1000 toward the cost of surgery, enabling Xander’s people to make up the difference…and the surgeons saved Xander.  Xander stayed in the hospital for a few days, but recovered nicely and returned home to his own kitty bed, good as new.  Today, Xander is back to his old snuggly self.

 

Thanks to the Susan Giblin Foundation for Animal Wellness & Welfare.  Thanks to you.

The Emma Zen Foundation is a 2014 Grant Recipient.  The grant money provided purchased 40 Pet Oxygen Masks Kits and will be distributed to Fire Departments and EMS in Pennsylvania!  If you'd like to learn more, go to  EmmaZenFoundation.com  

The Susan Giblin Foundation for Animal Wellness & Welfare - PO Box 342 - Dillsburg, PA 17019