of the most serious problems impacting animals is overpopulation.
There are so many dogs being born every day, throughout the
United States, that there are just not enough homes for all of them.
This results in the destruction and mistreatment of thousands of
Barker, well-known television personality, established the DJ&T
Foundation in 1995. The Foundation's goal is to fund low cost
spay/neuter clinics and voucher programs as a way to help
relieve animal over population. Barker, who ends every "Price is
Right" show with an appeal to viewers to spay or neuter their
pets, felt compelled to do more to address the problem.
The Foundation has funded
clinics and voucher programs across the country to help animal lovers
do their part in controling animal over population. While its mission is
to assist all qualified organizations, the Foundation is most
making grants at the grassroots level to deserving organizations that
provide low cost or free spay/neuter services or voucher
The DJ&T Foundation
Board of Directors examines each qualified application carefully to be
sure that a real need exists and that the organization provides
excellent services in an efficient, responsible and humane manner.
Grant applications may be downloaded from this web site, after
prospective applicants review the siteís "Frequently Asked
Questions" section, or by addressing an application request to:
200 North Larchmont Boulevard, # 3
Los Angeles, CA 90004
phone: (323) 465-9955
fax: (323) 446-7187
The DJ&T Foundation is named in fond
memory of Bobís wife, Dorothy Jo, and his mother, Matilda (Tilly)
Valandra, both of whom loved all animals. He endowed the Foundation so
that it can go on funding projects indefinitely.