The HANA (Help-A-Needy-Animal) FundA 510(c)3 non profit fund helping to prevent economic euthanasia for curable diseases
The HANA (Help-A-Needy-Animal) fund (HANAPETFUND.ORG) is a 501(c)3 non-profit fund whose mission is to prevent “economic euthanasia” in pets. “Economic euthanasia” is the sad reality that pets are euthanized not due to a poor prognosis or an inability to cure disease, but are euthanized because the cost of treating the disease is insurmountable. Funds go to provide life-saving surgeries and treatments for curable diseases in pets where no or limited funds are available. There is a lot of need out there in the animal world and this fund is here to make our little corner of the world better for our local animals and animal lovers.
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