75% of all money sent to support me (donations) will be donated to charity.

  • 25% of donations received will go to SPANA charity – The Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad, a registered charity in the UK with registered number 209015.  www.spana.org

  • Important to note: The only charity that has responded to my offers to send them donations in SPANA.  No other charity has responded.  In one case, I wrote to the founder of a charity and let him know that my offers were being ignored by his staff.  In that case, I got one letter from the charity stating that X-person will be responding to me within two weeks.  I never heard from them again.  

  • So, if you know of a charity that supports animals and/or supports people with PTSD, please send me an email about them, to cuteoverloadtwo@gmail.com.  Or, please tell the charity to contact me directly.  I will continue to try to find a charity that wants to receive my donations.  It's hard to believe that some charities are run so poorly that they cannot even respond to an offer of donations.  But, it's true.

  • My intention is that 25% will go to a charity that also supports animals.  I am currently contacting several charities to see which handles my offer of donations best.  As soon as that is finalized, I will post their name and information.

  • My intention is that 25% will go to a charity that supports people with PTSD and dogs.  I have identified the charity and have contacted them for the first time.  When the details are finalized, I will post their name and information.

 

 

Information on Charities

 

SPANA Charity

 

Established in 1923, SPANA’s goal is simple: to improve the welfare of working animals, including horses, donkeys and camels, in the world’s poorest communities.

 

Working animals are the economic backbone of most developing countries, vital for livelihoods and, in some cases, for survival. Yet without SPANA, few have access to even the most basic veterinary care.

 

Through three key areas – treating, training and teaching – we’re inspiring others to act in the best interests of working animals and providing practical, professional and sustainable solutions.

 

We receive no government funding, so we rely on our loyal supporters and partners like CuteOverloadTwo to help us in this huge but vital task.

 

If you believe, like us, that every working animal deserves a life free from suffering, and to be treated with care and compassion, please find out more at www.spana.org.