I opened the Magic Bullet Fund November 20, 2005, to provide financial assistance for people who have a dog with cancer but cannot afford treatment fees. There is a great deal of work to be done, and without the contributions of the amazing Volunteers (below), the fund would not be able to remain open.
The Magic Bullet Fund is Bullet’s legacy.
He is barking instructions to me from the Rainbow Bridge.
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Case Managers handle applications for assistance after the financial check is completed. They gather information from applicant, veterinarian and clinic billing dept. to prepare a synopsis for Review Board.
In memory of MBF dogs Xena and Kirby
In memory of Gabriel
In memory of MBF dog Jordan
In honor of MBF dog Kayla
Also handles monthly email to sponsors
In loving memory of MBF dog Flea
In loving memory of MBF dog Bear
Review Board has the difficult job of voting to accept or decline each application. The Magic Bullet Fund thanks each member of this group for their essential contributions.
Animal Clinic Veterinary Practice Manager
In memory of Rukkus
Veterinary Practice Owner
Founder: Critical Animal Relief Foundation (CARF)
Veterinary Assistant, studying for Veterinary Technician License
In honor of MBF dog Snow White
[shown with Corin]
Director and founder: Institute of Veterinary Comparative Oncology, IVOC
Director of Clinical Services
[shown with Tallulah]
Nicole Jerner (shown with Hudson) creates a news release for each dog and distributes to all media in the dog’s region. Follows up by phone with each publication or TV station, to encourage media attention for each dog.
Kate Queram finds potential media in local area for each new dog in the fund. She verifiies contact information at each newspaper office, radio or TV production unit and delivers the list to the Media Manager.
Donation Box Manager
Marti Meyer maintains monthly contact with all clinics that collect donations for the Magic Bullet Fund, using the fund’s donation box. [Shown with Madie]
Sandi Soto, in loving memory of MBF dog Dakota, sends a thank you email or letter for every donation we receive. When a donation is In Loving Memory, she also sends a Rainbow Bridge note card to the dog’s family saying we received a donation from your friend in loving memory of your dog.
Lynn Martin posts news about each dog during their 30-day campaign, through treatment and survival. She encourages MBF families to share news and photos about their dogs on the MBF Facebook Page.
Kacey Long posts each dog that comes into the fund on Instagram. She volunteers in honor of MBF dog Abbey.
Holly Santana, shown with Indiana. Fundraising coaches offer support to families in the fund, with ideas for their dog’s campaign. They serve as a resource for the families, full of ideas and encouragement about raising donations.
Lisa Gertner, in honor of MBF dog Duke
Cathy Cappello will keep database of all MBF dog and clinic information accurate. Shown with MBF dog Enu.
Website Page Updates
Nicole Freedman, in honor of MBF dog Snow White. Nicole works on the Magic Bullet Fund web site.