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Donate to the AFA Ferret Welfare Funds
The American Ferret Association is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, contributions are deductible for computing income and estate taxes.

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Donate to the Black-footed ferret fund Black Footed Ferret Recovery Fund Donation
The Black-footed Ferret Fund supports the recovery efforts for this endangered species. All monies received for this fund are sent to the Prairie Wildlife Research Organization which oversees this effort. AFA is currently working on getting matching funds so that every dollar donated will equal two dollars towards BFF conservation. Learn more...

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Pamela Slack, DVM, Memorial Research Fund
The American Ferret Association, Inc. (AFA) started work on a grant program in 1999 to fill a void to specifically support research that would explicitly benefit the health and welfare of the domestic ferret Mustela [putorius] furo. In the same year, the AFA and the ferret community suffered a tragic loss when Pamela M. Slack, DVM was killed in a private airplane crash in May 1999. Dr. Slack was the conference chairperson of all three veterinary conferences that the AFA organized and hosted, and was an active participant in the AFA's Health Affairs committee and served as a ferret medical consultant to the AFA.

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Ferret Shelter Rescue Fund Donation
The American Ferret Association has established the Shelter Rescue Fund to offer financial assistance towards the care of large ferret rescues, surrenders, confiscations, or a 501(c)3 organization that has a separate, permanent facility designed to include ferrets in their care. The Shelter Rescue Fund is specifically set up to assist qualified shelters who have taken in large numbers of ferrets (15 or more living ferrets). This fund will be administered by the AFA with the intent to disperse funds to assist qualified shelters to bring the rescued ferrets to a condition that the AFA supports as an adoptable companion ferret.

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AFA General Fund Donation

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AFA Memberships -- Education & Reference -- Ferret Books -- Ferret Themed Items