Sponsor

Big Cat Sponsor

Click here to become a Big Cat Sponsor

  • $1,200 per year to sponsor a cougar or leopard.
  • Provides nutrition and healthcare.
  • Pick your big cat.
  • Paid monthly, or one sum amount

Includes:

  • Your Name or a loved one’s name prominently displayed on the animal’s enclosure.
  • Certificate for framing (Downloadable).
  • Membership card (Downloadable with further instructions).
  • 10% discount in gift shop.
  • The Chuff Report newsletter via email.

Great Cat Sponsor

Click here to become a Great Cat Sponsor

  • $2,400 per year to sponsor a lion or tiger
  • Provides nutrition and healthcare
  • Pick your big cat
  • Paid monthly, or one sum amount

Includes:

  • Your Name or a loved one’s name prominently displayed on the animal’s enclosure
  • Certificate for framing (Downloadable)
  • Membership card (Downloadable with further instructions)
  • 10% discount in gift shop
  • The Chuff Report newsletter via email

For information about Corporate Sponsorships, In-Kind Donations, Memorial Funds, Estate Gifts, Corporate Matching Funds, and Foundation Giving please call our business office (903) 858-1008 or email admin@041f0b9.netsolhost.com.

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  • Up to 26% of your merchandise subtotal is given to Tiger Creek when you sign up, add Tiger Creek as a favorite cause, then shop. And save on great deals at store names you know.

Tax Deduction Information

The Tiger Missing Link Foundation d.b.a. Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, 501c3 organization. Membership is considered a donation and may be tax deductible. The IRS has issued guidelines affecting the tax deductibility of memberships. Members may deduct the amount of their membership contribution, less the fair market value of benefits received. Based on a reasonable estimate of benefits associated with each membership category, Tiger Creek memberships of any amount are fully tax deductable. However, we recommend that you discuss all tax deduction questions with your tax consultant or financial advisor.