ezyVet donates to Vetlife for every visitor to its stand at the London Vet Show - Veterinary Practice
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ezyVet donates to Vetlife for every visitor to its stand at the London Vet Show

The donations will go towards supporting members of the veterinary community who are experiencing financial and mental health challenges, including stress, anxiety, depression and more

ezyVet has announced that it will donate £1 to Vetlife for every person that visits their booth at the London Vet Show on the 17 and 18 November 2022.

The ezyVet team is inviting delegates to join them at booth D70 to find out how veterinary professionals can use technology to save time, drive revenue and strengthen patient care.

For every delegate who visits the booth, ezyVet will make a donation to Vetlife.

With thousands of people expected to attend the London Vet Show, the initiative could lead to a significant donation.

“We’re delighted to have the opportunity to support Vetlife,” said ezyVet chief growth officer Pete Brown.

“As innovators in the veterinary software space, we’re passionate about bettering the lives of veterinary professionals and we recognise the critical work Vetlife is doing to support the hard-working veterinary community.”

Access to confidential emotional, financial, and mental health support is extremely important in the veterinary sector.

The current cost-of-living crisis, ongoing veterinary staffing issues and the much-welcomed expansion of Vetlife operations to embrace registered veterinary nurses, have led to Vetlife support services being needed more than ever – both now and for the foreseeable future.

Vetlife is the first port of call for UK veterinary professionals who need a helping hand.

ezyVet’s donation will help provide Vetlife with the resources it needs to support vulnerable members of the veterinary community.

“The donations we receive from fundraisers help ensure that there is support in place for anyone in the veterinary community in difficulty,” said Vetlife donations relations manager Emma Helbert.

“Demand for all three Vetlife services is high, with Vetlife Financial Support applications up 85 percent since 2019.

“Donations are therefore particularly welcome at this time.”

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