With part of the prize winnings from Eagle Rare we established an endowment fund to ensure the cats at Blind Cat Rescue will be protected forever. The Blind Cat Rescue Endowment is a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding that will support all the services we provide for the animals forever. We are very excited to be partnering with the North Carolina Community Foundation in creating this permanent fund to benefit the animals. To donate to our endowment,  send your check to: NCCF,  4601 Six Forks Road,  Suite 524,  Raleigh,  NC  27609  USA.  Please put a note that it is for the Blind Cat Rescue endowment.  Your donation is 100% tax deductible.   For stock gifts please contact John Hartley,  Director of Finance for the delivery instructions. If you have any questions about our endowment fund you may contact the NC Community Foundation at 919-828-4387  www.nccommunityfoundation.org
Message to our donors Blind Cat Rescue will never sell, rent or lease our donor information to other organizations. Our financial statements,  Board of Directors, Audited Financial and 990’s  are all listed  HERE
Blind Cat Rescue does not discriminate against any one on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability or veteran status or classification.
At our cage free no-kill shelter in St. Paul’s NC, we are presently caring for 91 cats whose age, medical condition, temperament or other special needs makes them even more precious in our eyes.  We hope you feel the same because we truly can not do this without your help!
Just like the rest of us, these furry folks need nourishing food, safe shelter and regular medical care.  Blind Cat Rescue is a private, non-profit organization receiving no government funds.  We are funded entirely by kind people like you.
Please help us continue helping cats like Popcorn by making a generous donation to Blind Cat Rescue now.
If you would like to mail a check,  Please make your check out to Blind Cat Rescue and mail it to:  3101 E Great Marsh Church Road,  St Pauls, NC  28384  USA
                        Tribute Gifts Tribute gifts are a special way to honor loved ones and the special occasions in the lives of people and their pets.  We will acknowledge your tribute with a card or email to your honoree letting them know you made a gift in their honor. To make a tribute gift by credit card, click the donation button:
Please EMAIL us the information for the tribute gift:  tribute@blindcatrescue.com  Please send us the email address or mailing address and if you could also give us a little bit information about the tribute so we may send the right card.
       Leave a Legacy in your Will A donor can designate Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. as a recipient of all or any portion of his/her estate; however this can only be accomplished through a will or other estate-planning document.  Your attorney will be able to set this up for you.
                             Planned gifts can have a big impact if made in the form of life insurance.  There are ways life insurance might be used to benefit a charitable organization.  For example, the donor might wish to take out a new policy or change an existing policy and designate Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. as the beneficiary.  Premiums may be tax deductible and represent a modest investment when compared to the death benefit that would be used to impact the cats at Blind Cat Rescue. For tax purposes, everyone’s financial situation is unique:  please contact your tax advisor.
Workplace Giving
Donating through your employer’s workplace giving campaign is a simple way to help homeless cats.  Many companies will even match your donation, doubling or tripling the impact of your gift! Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses, too.  And many employees also offer volunteer matching programs that match employee voluntarism with corporate donations! Here is a list of many companies that match. If you do not find your employer, please check with your human resources department to see if your company offers a matching program. Federal Employees Combined Federal Campaign: Blind Cat Rescue CFC Number is 67324 State, County, Municipal or University Employees: Blind Cat Rescue participates in numerous state, county, municipal and university employee campaigns.  Check your campaign brochure to see if Blind Cat Rescue is an option.   If you do not find us,   please email us  ( alana@blindcatrescue.com)
Donate Long - Term Appreciated Securities Donating long-term appreciated securities directly to Blind Cat Rescue - rather than selling the assets and then donating the cash proceeds - is one of the best and easiest ways for you to give more.  By taking advantage of the applicable tax incentives,  you can significantly increase the amount of funds available for charitable giving. The two key advantages: *  Any long - term appreciated securities with unrealized gains (meaning they were purchased over a year ago, and have a current value greater than their original cost) may be donated to a public charity and a tax deduction taken for the full fair market value of the securities - up to 30% of your adjusted gross income. * Since the securities are donated rather than sold, capital gains taxes from selling the securities no longer apply.  The more appreciation the securities have, the greater the tax savings will be. For tax purposes, everyone’s financial situation is unique:  please contact your tax advisor.
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Popcorn was found laying in the middle of a road by a local woman. She thought it was a dead cat and was horrified when the cat moved! Bless her, she stopped and helped her.  She found popcorn sick, starving and 2 holes in her head where eyes used to be.  She felt she was in way over her head with the little cat and contacted us! Because of wonderful people like you, we were able to say Yes to Popcorn and get her the medical care she was desperate for. Now she lives in her forever home at Blind Cat Rescue, loved and cared for.  YOU make this possible!  With out the generosity and caring of people like you,  we could not make miracles happen for cats like Popcorn.
Gina is a sweet girl who came to us at 9 years of age from animal control in NY city.  She had a mouth full of rotted teeth, rock hard eyes, tumors and had not been fixed.  Her last home of only 1 year had dropped her off because they no longer wanted her.  That was actually what they wrote!   She was on the death row list to be killed the next day when fate and a couple of angels intervened.   With the help of several people she made her way out of animal control to us for the medical care she desperately needed. Now she is happy, healthy and for the first time in her life, finally has a home forever!  She is super sweet and loves to give kisses. We could not have given her this miracle had it not been for people like you that clicked on the donation button.  We can not do this with YOU!
Lily came to us from our local vets office.  Her previous owners had taken her to the vet to be euthanized because she was very sick with an upper respiratory infection and they did not want to spend the money to treat her.  The vet talked them into signing over ownership for her and called us. When she arrived she was a very sick little girl  (you can see the pictures of her on her page  HERE )  Because of the help of people like you,  we were able to provide her with the care she needed.  Now she has a forever home at Blind Cat Rescue where she is safe, cared for and loved.  YOU make this possible!
Big Mack is a FIV+ kitty.  He came to us from a local rescue who had made an appointment to euthanize him because he test positive for FIV.  One of their volunteers knew at the time we were building a new building and got us to accept him.  He was the first cat in our new building.  He is just the sweetest cat who loves everyone (except dogs, he is really not amused with dogs)  He has the cutest purr that sounds like a bird. You can hear it on a video on his web page  HERE We were able to say Yes to Mack because of the kindness of people like you who donated and made it possible for us to expand. Will you please consider saying YES now to make a donation to the cats so we may help save more lives?
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Just like the rest of us, these furry folks need nourishing food, safe shelter and regular medical care.  Blind Cat Rescue is a private, non-profit organization receiving no government funds.  We are funded entirely by kind people like you.
At our cage free no-kill shelter in St. Paul’s NC, we are presently caring for 91 cats whose age, medical condition, temperament or other special needs makes them even more precious in our eyes.  We hope you feel the same because we truly can not do this without your help!
Please help us continue helping homeless animals by making a generous donation to Blind Cat Rescue now.
Popcorn was found laying in the middle of a road by a local woman. She thought it was a dead cat and was horrified when the cat moved! Bless her, she stopped and helped her.  She found popcorn sick, starving and 2 holes in her head where eyes used to be.  She felt she was in way  over her head with the little cat and contacted us! Because of wonderful people like you, we were able to say Yes to Popcorn and get her the medical care she was desperate for. Now she lives in her forever home at Blind Cat Rescue, loved and cared for.  YOU make this possible!  With out the generosity and caring of people like you,  we could not make miracles happen for cats like Popcorn.
                        Tribute Gifts Tribute gifts are a special way to honor loved ones and the special occasions in the lives of people and their pets.  We will acknowledge your tribute with a card or email to your honoree letting them know you made a gift in their honor. To make a tribute gift by credit card, click the donation button:
If you would like to mail a check,  Please make your check out to Blind Cat Rescue and mail it to:  3101 E Great Marsh Church Road,  St Pauls, NC  28384  USA
Please EMAIL us the information for the tribute gift:  tribute@blindcatrescue.com  Please send us the email address or mailing address and if you could also give us a little bit information about the tribute so we may send the right card.
Gina is a sweet girl who came to us at 9 years of age from animal control in NY city.  She had a mouth full of rotted teeth, rock hard eyes, tumors and had not been fixed.  Her last home of only 1 year had dropped her off because they no longer wanted her.  That was actually what they wrote!   She was on the death row list to be killed the next day when fate and a couple of angels intervened.   With the help of several people she made her way out of animal control to us for the medical care she desperately needed. Now she is happy, healthy and for the first time in her life, finally has a home forever!  She is super sweet and loves to give kisses. We could not have given her this miracle had it not been for people like you that clicked on the donation button.  We can not do this with YOU!
Workplace Giving
Donating through your employer’s workplace giving campaign is a simple way to help homeless cats.  Many companies will even match your donation, doubling or tripling the impact of your gift! Some companies even match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses, too.  And many employees also offer volunteer matching programs that match employee voluntarism with corporate donations! Here is a list of many companies that match. If you do not find your employer, please check with your human resources department to see if your company offers a matching program. Federal Employees Combined Federal Campaign: Blind Cat Rescue CFC Number is 67324 State, County, Municipal or University Employees: Blind Cat Rescue participates in numerous state, county, municipal and university employee campaigns.  Check your campaign brochure to see if Blind Cat Rescue is an option.   If you do not find us,   please email us  ( alana@blindcatrescue.com)
Big Mack is a FIV+ kitty.  He came to us from a local rescue who had made an appointment to euthanize him because he test positive for FIV.  One of their volunteers knew at the time we were building a new building and got us to accept him.  He was the first cat in our new building.  He is just the sweetest cat who loves everyone (except dogs, he is really not amused with dogs)  He has the cutest purr that sounds like a bird. You can hear it on a video on his web page  HERE We were able to say Yes to Mack because of the kindness of people like you who donated and made it possible for us to expand. Will you please consider saying YES now to make a donation to the cats so we may help save more lives?
Life Insurance
                             Planned gifts can have a big impact if made in the form of life insurance.  There are ways life insurance might be used to benefit a charitable organization.  For example, the donor might wish to take out a new policy or change an existing policy and designate Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. as the beneficiary.  Premiums may be tax deductible and represent a modest investment when compared to the death benefit that would be used to impact the cats at Blind Cat Rescue. For tax purposes, everyone’s financial situation is unique:  please contact your tax advisor.
Donate Long - Term Appreciated Securities Donating long-term appreciated securities directly to Blind Cat Rescue - rather than selling the assets and then donating the cash proceeds - is one of the best and easiest ways for you to give more.  By taking advantage of the applicable tax incentives,  you can significantly increase the amount of funds available for charitable giving. The two key advantages: *  Any long - term appreciated securities with unrealized gains (meaning they were purchased over a year ago, and have a current value greater than their original cost) may be donated to a public charity and a tax deduction taken for the full fair market value of the securities - up to 30% of your adjusted gross income. * Since the securities are donated rather than sold, capital gains taxes from selling the securities no longer apply.  The more appreciation the securities have, the greater the tax savings will be. For tax purposes, everyone’s financial situation is unique:  please contact your tax advisor.
Message to our donors Blind Cat Rescue will never sell, rent or lease our donor information to other organizations. Our financial statements,  Board of Directors, Audited Financial and 990’s  are all listed  HERE
With part of the prize winnings from Eagle Rare we established an endowment fund to ensure the cats at Blind Cat Rescue will be protected forever. The Blind Cat Rescue Endowment is a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding that will support all the services we provide for the animals forever. We are very excited to be partnering with the North Carolina Community Foundation in creating this permanent fund to benefit the animals. To donate to our endowment,  send your check to: NCCF,  4601 Six Forks Road,  Suite 524,  Raleigh,  NC  27609  USA.  Please put a note that it is for the Blind Cat Rescue endowment.  Your donation is 100% tax deductible.   For stock gifts please contact John Hartley,  Director of Finance for the delivery instructions. If you have any questions about our endowment fund you may contact the NC Community Foundation at 919-828-4387  www.nccommunityfoundation.org
Blind Cat Rescue does not discriminate against any one on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability or veteran status or classification.