LAP Help

Our Mission at The Little Angels Project is to reduce relinquishment and euthanasia rates in our communities. We are dedicated to providing free and low-cost medical care to under-served communities. As well as provide financial aid to those who have been affected/displaced by natural disasters such as wildfires.

Our LAP Help Program has begun hosting monthly wellness clinics at different locations throughout Los Angeles county. These events offer free medical exams, vaccines, microchips, and low-cost Spays and Neuters provided by partnered organizations. We have had great success helping our communities with these events and look to increase the frequency beginning
in 2021.

Enrollment for LAP Help financial assistance program is currently open. You can apply for assistance by clicking here.

If you are in search of wellness care for your pet(s) such as exams, microchips, or vaccines you can apply for an appointment at one of our monthly wellness events by visiting our Wellness Events page.

Our COVID-19 Financial Aid Program a huge success and we were able to accomplish the following:
174
Animals Assisted
29,000
Total Spent on Medical Aid

LAP Help is another unique nonprofit initiative founded by Darlene and The Little Angels Project. When natural disasters have struck in Southern California, The Little Angels Project volunteers are out there providing free veterinary services to pet owners and animals that have been displaced by the disaster (both pets and wildlife). We set up mobile vet care stations throughout North LA and Ventura County after the devastating 2018 Woolsey Fire. We were also there immediately after the Ridgecrest earthquakes and numerous Southern California wildfires in 2019.

LAP Help also provides financial aid to pet owners affected by local natural disasters or pet owners who may have just fallen on hard times. If you had a pet that needs help please complete the Financial Assistance Application to see if you are eligible for LAP Help assistance. Likewise, we are here to provide special funding to local animal shelters and vet clinics that may have lost business after a disaster or volunteered their own time and resources to provide surgeries or medical treatments to displaced animals.