AMAZON SMILE: If you order from Amazon like most of us do make sure to use Amazon Smile and click Uffda Fund For Animals when you are checking out so Uffda receives a small donation. Every bit really helps! Here is the link if you have never done it before: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/27-1474277
Who We Are
The Uffda Fund is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c) 3 corporation which was formed to help homeless cats and dogs in the Towner County area. We assist with veterinary costs including spay/neuter and vaccinations and health restoration. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for these pets by finding forever homes where they may live out their lives in safe, loving surroundings.
The origin of our name comes from Uffda, a red tabby cat who lived a long and happy life. When he passed away in 2008 Uffda’s owners donated money to help animals less fortunate than Uffda. Thus the seed for the Uffda Fund was planted in the hearts and minds of a group of dedicated volunteers who worked together to establish an animal rescue. We are not a humane society or animal shelter. We have no physical location in which to board dogs and cats, but instead depend on a small number of foster homes to provide temporary housing, socialization and a welcoming environment for abandoned, neglected and occasionally abused pets.
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America's Farmers Grow COMMUNITIES Donation
Uffda won a $2,500 America’s Farmers @GrowCommunities donation this year. It was donated in behalf of Aaron Mattson! We thank you and America's Farmers Grow Communites (Bayer Fund) for this generous donation. We will be using it for spay/neutering and veterinary costs on many of our rescues!
The Uffda Fund for Animals board members. Without this group of people each doing their part we wouldn't be able to do what we love to do every day!
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Animals Enrich Our Lives
Ask any pet owner if their life is better because of their furry friend, and their answer will be a resounding "Yes!" The Uffda Fund for Animals is a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to helping care for homeless and abandoned companion animals in the Cando area and to helping them find "fur"ever homes.