The Rainbow Bridge Project assists pet owners during emergencies and end of life treatment by providing resources and support.

 

The Rainbow Bridge Project was started out of the great need I saw everywhere to assist pet owners who were unable to afford veterinary care for their beloved pets - especially emergency or end-of-life care.

As pet owners, seeing our furry family friends in pain is bad enough, but to not know where to turn is truly agonizing. Many people abandon sick animals or just let them linger from hopelessness or lack of knowing where to turn.

At The Rainbow Bridge Project we work with pet owners to direct them to those resources that can best help their pets and we assist in settling the costs of procedures. It takes tremendous effort to educate our community, raise dollars and to distribute them to those with the greatest need... for example:

  • the dog that escaped the yard and was hit by a car and left for dead
  • the mother cat (never fixed) and her 5 kittens dumped in a fast-food parking lot
  • the puppy bought at a pet store with heart-worms
  • the dog that is best friends to an elderly couple, both ill and struggling financially

ALL need expensive veterinary care
ALL deserve a chance

Consider helping today in memory of your sweet pet already over the Rainbow Bridge or in honor of the lap-warmer looking at you right now that brings you such joy.

Everyone wants their pet to be healthy and all pets deserve to live AND to die with dignity. We are proud to serve little lives each and every day!

Thank you for your "paw"tnerships

Camille Clement Gregg
Founder
The Rainbow Bridge Project

P.S.  Check out great ways to help and get your group involved!

We have supported the following organizations:

Cats Angels (Fernandina, FL)
ASPCA (Concord, NH)
First Coast No More Homeless Pets (Jacksonville, FL)
Great Rescue of NE Florida
Coastal Rescue of NE Florida
St. Francis Animal Hospital (Jacksonville, FL)
The Old Dog House (Jacksonville, FL)
READ Program (Jacksonville, FL)

 Me and my Max

Me and my Max



This is a wonderful organization! There are so many beloved pets that are important to their families, but veterinary costs can be extremely expensive. That is why it is so important that those pets be able to get the medical care or end-of-life care they need. Thanks to The Rainbow Bridge Project USA for helping families so they can spend more quality time with their beloved furry family members.
— Sandy Koralis Golding, Saint Francis Animal Hospital
With the help of this organization, a sweet puppy was able to get the surgery he needed to save his badly injured leg. My husband and I found Benny just after he’d been hit by a car. He was so small and friendly, still just a baby. He had a collar, but did not have any identifying tags or microchips. We took him to the emergency vet knowing he had a broken leg, but we had no idea how extensive the damage would be. We eventually learned he would need pins inserted in order to save his leg from being amputated, since the break was so high near his hip. Between the emergency room visit, two surgeries, follow-up appointments, and medications, the cost of caring for our surprise visitor quickly became too much for us to handle. No one responded to any of our ads about a found dog and we couldn’t just leave him alone.
We asked for help, and received a generous donation from the Rainbow Bridge Project to help us pay for the costs of caring for Benny. It was a long road to recovery, but he can do everything like a healthy puppy now! His pins were taken out and healed beautifully, and though he has a slight limp since he was a growing pup and the pins stunted the growth of his back leg a bit, he can run and jump and play like any other dog. Today he’s enjoying life in his new and loving forever home.
We are so grateful for the help we received and Benny is too. Thank you so much!!
— Hannah J-owns, Pet Owner

We have supported the following community groups:

Cats Angels (Fernandina, FL)
ASPCA (Concord, NH)
First Coast No More Homeless Pets (Jacksonville, FL)
Great Rescue of NE Florida
Coastal Rescue of NE Florida
St. Francis Animal Hospital (Jacksonville, FL)
The Old Dog House (Jacksonville, FL)
READ Program (Jacksonville, FL)