Here are answers to some of the questions you might be asking yourself going through our website. If you have any further questions feel free to Contact Us.
What is a Non-Profit?
Free Animal Doctor works under federal law as a 501c3 non profit organization. This means our primary work is charitable, tax exempt, and we do not profit from the donations on our website.
How does crowdfunding work?
The idea that if everyone gives a little it, it will make amount to something greater is the platform we at Free Animal Doctor have adopted. This is essentially crowdfunding. People from all of the world see our furry friends in need and donate as little as $5 or as much $500.00. Through these multiple donations we have been able to fund surgeries that cost thousands of dollars and help improve the quality of life for these animals.
Where does my donation go?
Your donation goes to directly to the animal of your choosing! All donations are held in a secure account and are payed directly to the vet at the end of the fundraiser or at the time of surgery. This helps you feel secure in the fact that you are helping this animal directly.
How do I donate?
You have the choice of browsing through our website, reading the biographies of theses fur babies, and choosing how you’d like to help. Click the donate button on the right side of the screen and follow the instructions provided. Here you will have a choice in donating to our general fund. The general fund is what keeps this organization up and running. Every donation counts and we appreciate every cent!
Do you fundraise for medical bills?
Unfortunately, Free Animal Doctor only fundraises for animals in need of medical care. Because of this, we aren’t equipped to handle emergency situations but do our best to reach out and help as much as we can. Once your animal has received treatment we cannot continue or begin to fundraise for the vet bill.
What does it mean when a campaign is unsuccessful?
Let’s be honest, crowdfunding is not a very easy thing to do. Although we’ve raised over $100,000 in donations we’re always doing our best to perfect our fundraising formula. When a campaign is set as unsuccessful that means we weren’t able to meet our fundraising goal by the treatment date. We make it a point follow up with as many animals as we can and update the page as to whether they were ale to receive treatment.