Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose Articles of Incorporation were filed with the state of Maine on March 11, 2003. We received official notification of our 501(c)(3) status with the IRS on May 13, 2004. Our Federal Tax Identification Number is 43-2009789. To quickly verify Canine Cancer Awareness’ status, click here to go to www.informe.org.
To contact CCA email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Charter Number is 20030428ND. Simply type in the name Canine Cancer Awareness and choose nonprofit corporation (T13-B).
MEET OUR BOARD
All donations to CCA go to help dog families and to help raise awareness. The Board of Directors of Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc. are volunteers who have lost beloved pets to canine cancer:
Pamela Storto, President – Maine
JoAnne Green, Vice-President – Toronto, Canada
Linda Peluso – Treasurer – New York
Barbara Bateson – Secretary – Ohio
Janet Dykes – Kansas
Kelly Ireland – California
Cath Phillips – California
Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc. is a tax-deductible non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the prevalence of canine cancer, its effects and the available treatment options.
Donations made to Canine Cancer Awareness are used for veterinary care for dogs with cancer whose families are financially unable to provide treatment.
To elevate the public level of awareness through the distribution of printed educational materials (on the web or otherwise) while working in coordination with other programs involved with issues regarding canine cancer.
To further develop the Canine Cancer Awareness web site in order to provide an additional means of information and accessibility in targeting those seeking knowledge in the matters of canine cancer.
Establish public and private relationships for financial support of the Canine Cancer Awareness program by the raising of funds through various outlets, including, but not limited to, annual dues from Associate Membership.
Create a volunteer network to implement projects relating to Canine Cancer Awareness, including, but not limited to:
Promoting the Canine Cancer Awareness program and assistance in fund raising efforts.
Materialization of the “Precious Days” fund which will contain donations/monies from fund raising efforts and a portion of the sale of Canine Cancer Awareness related items for distribution to animals in need.
Membership may be granted to any individual (over age 18) or corporation that supports the mission and purposes of this organization, and who pays minimum annual membership dues of $20.00. Although Associate Members have no voting rights, they play an integral role in the organization through their support. Choosing to become an Associate Member is truly a sign of your commitment to this cause and to our mission.
Please click the subscribe button to activate your membership.
HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE YOUR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
Kelly & Chippy Austin
David M Gilmore
Orianna Roth Richards
Bernice & Dale Whaley
Mark and Nora Wilke
Because children also experience the devastating effects of canine cancer on a dear playmate, Junior Associate Memberships have been created in order to allow children to become involved in our organization. Associate Members over the age of 18 will receive periodic emails pertaining to the organization while the Junior Associate Members do not. For annual membership dues of $15.00, Junior Associate Members will receive a Canine Cancer Awareness bracelet and have their names proudly listed here on our web site.
We believe that every print leaves a lasting impression. If you are interested in a Junior Associate Membership for your child, sibling, niece or nephew, please click on the paw print.
HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE YOUR JUNIOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
Meghan Dailey — For Sly who left a paw print on her heart
Molly Dailey — For Sly who left a paw print on her heart
In Memory of Mee-Too “Baby Girl” — Love Forever Niki
In Memory of Mee-Too “My Puppy” — Love Forever Alicia
Marisa L. Zimmerman — In Memory of Max
Jessica Bussom — In Memory of Max
John Bussom — In Memory of Max
Porschia Adler — For our Charlie…you’ll always be our loving and gentle “Big Oof”
If you would like to make a direct donation to help someone who has been faced with canine cancer but simply cannot afford to pay their precious pets’ veterinary costs and to help us promote Canine Cancer Awareness, there are two ways of donating. You may make an instant donation using your credit card using the link below or by mailing a check.
To those who donate to a specific dog (either in honor of or in memory of), a certificate of acknowledgment will be mailed to that dog’s family. When available, a photo of the dog who’s named in the donation, will be incorporated into the certificate.
This donation will be made through PayPal using the credit card of your choice
Or, if you prefer, you can mail a check to:
Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc.
44 Devoe Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211