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The Chinook Project


Support Us

Click the donate now icon and choose Chinook Project from drop down menu




There are a number of ways to donate to the Chinook Project:

  • by clicking on the “Donate Now” button above and then clicking “Chinook Project” on UPEI’s drop-down “fund designation” menu

  • by contacting us, through the contact form on the website, to arrange a donation

  • by cheque or money order sent to:

The Chinook Project

c/o Dr. Cora Gilroy

Atlantic Veterinary College

University of Prince Edward Island

550 University Ave Charlottetown, PE. C1A 4P3


The Chinook Project has charitable status through the University of Prince Edward Island. Tax Receipts will be issued to donors. For a list of current and past supporters, click here. Scroll through the photos below to see some of the dogs and cats we have helped over the years. 

Previous supporters

Our Partners:

Our Partners provide a substantial and continuing investment in the Chinook Project, enabling the good work it does.  The current supporters are listed in the footer of this website, and we thank them again, here:

  • Ann McCain Evans: thank you for your generosity, interest, and commitment

  • The Rathlyn Foundation: thank you for your continuing and welcome support of our project

  • Zoetis Animal Health: thank you for continued donations of product

  • Boehringer Animal Health: thank you for donation of product such as vaccines and pain medication for our clinics!

  • Government of Newfoundland and Labrador: your generous funding has allowed us to continue to visit Labrador

  • Valley Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Becky Jackson, Goose Bay

  • Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation Band Council


Our Supporters:

Our Supporters have provided support in the past (or present) to the Chinook Project.  And we are so very grateful to them:

  • First Air: thank you for helping us to transport ourselves and lots of luggage to lots of destinations, and for helping us afford it

  • Air Labrador (and especially Philip Earle): thank you for simplifying extremely complicated travel plans and for your generous help that allows us to transport The Project to various Labrador communities

  • Dorris Heffron, author of City Wolves

  • Nain Animal Wellness Clinic and Paul Fenton

  • Mushuau Innu Band Council, Natuashish

  • Victoria City Kennel Club

  • The Fan Hitch (Editor, Sue Hamilton)

  • The Hamlet of Kugluktuk

  • the generous people of Postville, Hopedale, Rigolet, Labrador

  • the hamlet of Kimmirut

  • the government of Nunatsiavut

  • the Iqaluit Humane Society

  • Iams-Eukanuba

  • Veterinarians without Borders

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