Thank you for considering a tax-deductible gift to the EFRC. We could not provide the superior quality of life that we do for our feline residents if it were not for our loyal and generous donors.
In addition to the potential tax savings that your gift might generate through an income tax deduction, you will gain satisfaction in knowing that your support has made a difference at the EFRC and in the lives of the 230 exotic cats that call us home.
A wonderful new opportunity to support the Exotic Feline Rescue Center. It's simple - just go to the AmazonSmile link below, select the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Center Point, IN as your charity of choice, and shop as usual. Amazon will direct .5% of your purchases right to EFRC. Thanks!
Tigers in America is an organization dedicated to helping unwanted or abused tigers in this country find a home. They identify and provide financial support to the best tiger sanctuaries in this country. Their motto is “No tiger shall die in this country because he or she cannot afford to see a doctor or get a ride home.” Tigers in America has recognized the EFRC as one of the leading tiger sanctuaries in the United States.
What they will do:
With your donation of $500 to $5,000 Tigers in America will increase the amount by 50%. In other words if you send a check for $500 they will add an additional $250. There is currently no time limit on this matching donation.
What you need to do:
Write a check for $500 to $5,000 and make it out to Tigers in America but send it to us, Exotic Feline Rescue Center. Once a week the checks will be sent to Tigers in America and they will write one for us for the donated amount plus 50 percent.
The founders of this organization visit us and all of the sanctuaries they support on a regular basis and we talk to them even more frequently. They have made several donations to us since their founding and are dedicated to helping captive tigers. If you have any questions about this please call us at 812-835-1130. We are grateful for your support and theirs.
If you would like information about including the EFRC as a charitable beneficiary of your estate plan or any other more sophisticated gift options, please contact Jason Petrovich, EFRC Board of Directors. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.