The Sergei Foundation receives $5,000 grant from Clemmons Community Foundation

Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 30, 2018

WINSTON-SALEM — The Sergei Foundation is pleased to announce it has received a charitable grant of $5,000 from Clemmons Community Foundation. This grant is designated to its veterinary programs, restricted to helping senior citizens who reside in Clemmons or Lewisville, obtain medical veterinary care for their sick or injured companion dog or cat. These services assist limited-income pet owners by alleviating discomfort or pain for their pets, or euthanasia, due to lack of finances. Addressing both human and animal welfare services, aid provided by The Sergei Foundation also alleviates the difficult decision-making process for some pet-owners when they must choose between veterinary care or other basic needs such as food or medical services.

“We are proud to have the support of Clemmons Community Foundation,” says the non-profit’s founder and CEO, Karen Fullerton. “This grant will help target a specific generation that often does not like to reach out for help, although we know the need is there.”

To apply for aid, fill out the online form at If seniors have trouble filling out the form or attaching any requested information, they may email The Sergei Foundation for assistance at They also may ask their veterinarian to reach out to the foundation directly should it be a time-critical emergency.

About The Sergei Foundation

The Sergei Foundation assists 600+ individuals and their companion pets each year. Since inception, more than $170,000 has been utilized for critical veterinary medical services. Support from the Banfield Foundation and other business and individual donations fully support its programs and operations. To donate, apply for aid or learn more, go to The Sergei Foundation is a member of the State Employees Combined Campaign, NC Center for Nonprofits, and has “Platinum Seal of Transparency” on

About the Clemmons Community Foundation

The Clemmons Community Foundation exists to unlock the full philanthropic potential of Clemmons, Lewisville, and surrounding communities by connecting people and resources in ways that thoughtfully and meaningfully transform our communities with access, opportunity, and an enriched quality of life. The Foundation in an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit, first formed in 2004 by the Rotary Club of Clemmons and converted to a community foundation in 2012. For more information, call 336-663- 6794.