The Animal Emergency Care Fund is an approved 501(c)(3) tax exempt, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping pet owners pay for emergency medical treatment for their pets.
AECF hopes to enrich our community as a whole with our mission and by providing information on pet wellness and other community based resources.
Animal Emergency Care Fund
6336 N. Oracle Rd. Suite 326-124
Tucson, AZ 85704
AECF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization staffed entirely by volunteers.
Please understand our volunteers have varying hours and may not always
be able to answer calls immediately. The goal of AECF is to help with life saving veterinary emergencies. These type of emergencies require immediate care from a qualified veterinary professional. Please seek their help first. Time is of the essence and most accredited emergency veterinary hospitals will treat in a true life saving veterinary emergency.
Please consider volunteering your time and/or funds often so that you
too can help save as many animals as possible, thank you!
HUGE THANK YOUs to Daniel Farrish for helping AECF to become part of Apple employees Benevity matching gift program and for contacting his good friends Jill Joyner, Eric Crepeau, Elias Santiago, Anatoly Yusim and Levi Garcia. These wonderful angels secured two laptop donations for us, repurposed the laptops and even paid for the shipping!! AECF is EXTREMELY GRATEFUL to you ALL for your kindness!!
Please give generously whenever you can to help AECF save animals - thank you!
Call us at (520) 461-4305
If we can answer right away we'll try our best to get help for your pet immediately. If you reach our voicemail please leave a message and a call back number for the veterinary hospital with details of the nature of
your pet's emergency.
A volunteer staff member will return your call as soon as possible. If you reach a voicemail message please understand we are a 501(c)3 all volunteer non-profit orgaization and we quite often either don't have volunteer staff or enough funds to help with every emergency. Please do not let your pet wait to be seen by a qualified veterinary emergency hospital. Time is of the essence in life threatening emergencies and most responsible veterianary hospitals will treat if it's truly a life threatening emergency.