How You Can Help the IWF
Posted Jun 30, 2011.
- Include the Foundation in your annual giving program. With your help, we will continue to build on our studies, and to offer programs that inform, educate, and inspire the caretakers of the breed.
- Include the Foundation in your planned giving. Your bequest or other donation will help us establish a self-perpetuating source of income designated for Irish Wolfhound health research, education, and rescue.
- Participate in the health programs and studies sponsored by the Foundation, showing your commitment to a healthy future for our hounds.
- Get involved!
The Irish Wolfhound Foundation was incorporated in January, 2002, fulfilling a long-time dream of the IWCA Board of Directors to establish a tax-exempt, non-profit charitable organization, classified as a 501(c)(3) under the Internal Revenue Service code. Discussion of the Foundation began in 1990, when the late Mrs. Peter Van Brunt bequeathed $10,000 to the IWCA. The IWCA wisely set aside this gift (which would later be known as the Riverlawn Fund), and today, it makes up the operating capital of the IWF. The Irish Wolfhound Foundation will accumulate funds from gifts and contributions to create a self-perpetuating source of income specifically designated for Irish Wolfhound Rescue, Education, and Research. The mission of the IWF is facilitated by its officers and directors, who serve on a strictly volunteer basis. All contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible, and any individual, family, or organization contributing to the Foundation will receive the Foundation’s newsletter. All gifts will be acknowledged with a receipt.
Make checks payable to: The Irish Wolfhound Foundation, Inc and mail to : David Milne, Treasurer, 150 Creek Rd Phillipsburg, NJ 08865. Please include your name, address, city, state, zip code, country and email address.
You can also donate via our online Gift Shop at any time.
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