One of the most difficult situations to see is a family who deeply loves its pet but cannot properly care for the beloved family member due to financial hardship. We’ve seen the pain and hopelessness in the eyes of many who find themselves in this heartbreaking situation.
What does Noah’s Animal Fund do?
Noah’s Animal Fund (formerly the Badger Animal Fund) provides financial assistance for such situations. Through generous personal and corporate monetary donations, we are able to provide funds to allow qualified families to receive the help they need so their lives can continue to be enriched by their pet.
The idea is to provide assistance for an animal in a crisis that otherwise would not receive care. There must be a reasonable expectation of success and the intervention should enhance the bond between people and animals. The fund does not provide for routine, preventative care, that should be provided by a veterinarian on a routine basis.
How does Noah’s Animal Fund work?
Any concerned person can apply for financial assistance to Noah’s Animal Fund Committee on behalf of an animal in need. The Committee has complete discretion to decide the amount of and conditions for funds granted. In non-emergency cases, the board will make decisions at its monthly meeting.
Noah’s Animal Fund is solely sponsored by donations. Private donations are welcome and encouraged. The fund encourages and accepts donations intended to honor and memorialize animals with whom you had a special bond.
For further information, contact Sue Schumacher at (608) 290-4550 or email email@example.com.