Every Donation Helps!
Alaska Cat Adoption Team is a federally designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charity organization. Donations made to ACAT are fully tax deductible, according to the tax code.
ACAT is also an all-volunteer organization. ALL of the funds raised by ACAT through its adoptions, donations and fundraisers are used to help cats. No money is used for the benefit of humans. When you give to ACAT, all of the money directly helps felines.
ACAT is a listed charity for Alaska's "Pick. Click. Give." charity through the Alaska Permanent Fund. ACAT is also listed as a charity for Fred Meyer's "Community Rewards" program info, and the Amazon Smile program.
ACAT is a Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend "Pick. Click. Give." beneficiary. Please remember to donate to ACAT when you file your PFD. You may also amend your filing to add a charity donation. All money raised by ACAT is used to help felines. No one is paid to care for the animals. You can be confident 100 percent of your donation to ACAT will help cats.
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The Rallye Fund began in the spring of 2010 when a black and white kitten needed surgery to repair damage to his mouth caused by a dog bite.
ACAT's Rallye Fund is used to help young cats who need medical care to have an opportunity to have a full life. Sometimes, these are cats in ACAT's care. Sometimes, the fund helps cat owners pay vet bills for emergency care.
Donations provide monies for the Rallye Fund, and all money raised for the Rallye Fund is used for designated cats in need, as requested, or for future cats in need. Learn more on The Rallye Fund page.
Our feline family members are integral parts of our lives and families, and we acutely feel their loss. ACAT would like to honor their lives while raising money to help other kitties. For a donation to ACAT, your kitty can be part of our Memorial Gallery. Contact ACAT's web administrator for details.
You may also request a special honor card to recognize a donation in honor of a loved one — human or otherwise.