Community Funds

The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg
AMC to the Rescue Fund

Celebrating 10 Years of AMC to the Rescue!

The Stephen & Christine Schwarzman Animal Medical Center is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of its charitable fund, The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg AMC to the Rescue Fund, which provides subsidized specialty care to rescue animals whose health is an obstacle to their adoption. Over the last decade this fund has helped over 600 animals, partnered with over 146 rescues, and provided over $1.6 million in donated care to help pets find their forever home.

One of several AMC community funds, AMC to the Rescue was created out of a concern for rescue groups who often have limited funds for veterinary treatment beyond general care. We are proud to be partners in their efforts to find these pets forever homes. However, the number of animals we can treat is limited by the amount of funding we have available. Help us save more animals with a contribution of any size today.

About AMC to the Rescue

Shabba’s Story

Shabba was surrendered to a shelter at age three due to a congenital spinal lesion that eventually left him unable to walk. On the day he was to be euthanized, the rescue group Mr. Bones & Co. pulled Shabba from the shelter and brought him to the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center. Thanks to The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg AMC to the Rescue Fund, Neurology Specialist Dr. Abbie Lebowitz was able to remove the spinal lesion and restore his mobility. Shabba now lives in Florida with a family who adores him.

AMC to the Rescue Hall of Fame

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