Donations are TAX DEDUCTIBLE


AIR needs your support to continue protecting animals as well as bringing those responsible for animal abuse to justice. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with no government funding. All our income comes from the generosity of individuals and businesses who believe in our mission.

AIR is the ONLY mobile animal response unit servicing the entire state of Texas that assists authorities, with large-scale animal cruelty cases, & disaster response.

Amazon Wish List

Each response requires many resources, we have created an updated Wish List of items if you prefer to make direct in-kind donations. 

Sign in to Amazon and select items to donate directly to our responses through our Wish List. 

Birthday Fundraisers

Proceeds go directly our life-saving efforts, plus, you’ll receive a free gift (raise up to $299 to receive an AIR magnet, raise $300+ to receive an AIR embroidered patch AND a magnet) and a shoutout from us at the end of your birthday month.


Car Donations

Got a vehicle you’d like to donate? CarEasy makes vehicle donations simple.

Donating is easy, the pick-up is free, and your gift is tax-deductible.

What Type of Vehicles are Considered?

All vehicles are considered! We strive to accept all types of donated vehicles (running or not) including cars, trucks, trailers, boats, RVs, motorcycles, campers, off-road vehicles, planes, heavy equipment, farm machinery, and most other motorized vehicles. To find out if we can accept your vehicle, please complete our secure online vehicle donation form, or call CarEasy during regular hours of operation.

Are There Any Costs?

There is no cost to the donor. All expenses are deducted from the gross sales price, and if the costs ever exceed the price, those costs are covered by our vehicle donation program provider CARS (Charitable Adult Rides & Services).

Vehicle Donation Toll-Free Number: 855-500-7433 | 855-500-RIDE

Grocery Shopping

Did you know you can donate to AIR while you grocery shop? That’s right! Head to your local Kroger or Tom Thumb and start shopping (and donating). 


Donate through the Kroger Community Rewards Program:

Visit www.kroger.com

Log in and search for ‘Animal Investigation & Response’ either by name or using our Non-Profit Organization number HH878 and then click Enroll.

New users will need to create an account which requires basic information, a valid email address, and a rewards card.

*Customers must have a registered Kroger rewards card account to link to your organization.

*If you do not yet have a Kroger rewards card, Please see the customer service desk at any Kroger location.

REMEMBER, purchases will not count towards AIR until after you have registered your rewards card.

Participants must swipe their registered Kroger rewards card or use the phone number that is related to their registered Kroger rewards card when shopping for each purchase to count.

Tom Thumb

Donate through the Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program:

Visit www.tomthumb.com/yourstore/good-neighbor

AIR’s Tom Thumb organization number is 14314. 

Complete the form which will connect your shopper card with  AIR to donate 1% of all purchases.

Through our Good Neighbor Program, supporters can link their favorite participating charity to your Rewards card by completing a Good Neighbor Charity Addition/Deletion Form.
The more people who link their card to the organization’s account number, the more money the organization will raise. 

Legacy Giving

Consider leaving a legacy of love behind and adding Animal Investigation and Response in your will. 

Whether you’re creating a new will or revising your existing one, you can leave part of your estate to AIR, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, by putting the following language into your will:

“After fulfilling all other specific provisions, I give, bequeath, and devise ___% of the remainder of my estate (or $XXXXXX if a specific amount) to Animal Investigation And Response, PO Box 100383, Fort Worth, TX 76185 USA, a tax-exempt corporation, incorporated in the state of Texas, tax id #47-4394007.”

Stocks, Bonds, and Investment Donations

If you are over the age of 70, you may also be able to make QCD donations from your IRA.

Maximize your contribution tax effectiveness if you have IRS RMD requirements – by the use of QCD’s.  See your tax professional!

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Corporate Matching Programs

Check to see if your employer has donation or gift matching programs via The American Online Giving Foundation and Benevity. 

Benevity is an online donation platform that companies use to power their workplace giving, matching, & volunteering programs. Check to see if your employer uses Benevity to help streamline employee donations and donation matching programs.

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Write a Check

If you prefer, checks can be mailed to Animal Investigation & Response. Please make checks payable to Animal Investigation and Response send to:

Animal Investigation and Response
PO Box 100383
Fort Worth, TX 76185


Past Grants

November 2021

A grant was awarded from The Helen D. and R.E. Wallace Foundation Fund at North Texas Community Foundation to AIR for camera upgrades for supplies our equip the Field Response Team.

March 2020

A grant in the amount of $1000 from Artist for Animals was awarded to AIR for camera upgrades for the two AIR Response Units

March 2020

A grant for in-kind items from Greater Good was awarded to AIR in March 2020, valuing $14,000

March 23, 2018

A grant in the amount of $147,007 from Red Rover was awarded to AIR on March 23, 2018.  The grant included the following purchases: emergency animal response unit (trailer), emergency response truck, 500 plastic crates, 500 wire cages, the cost of insurance to cover the truck and trailer for three years, and a $5,000 disaster veterinary medical fund.  AIR has made all of these purchases with the exception of the disaster veterinary medical fund.

November 22, 2017

A grant in the amount of $15,000 from GreaterGood.org was awarded on November 22, 2017 for AIR’s Hurricane Harvey disaster response efforts. 

October 2, 2017

A grant in the amount of $50,000 from the Humane Society of the United States was awarded to AIR on October 2, 2017.  The grant funds were used to purchase equipment and to educate volunteers and local authorities regarding how to respond to cases of large-scale animal cruelty and natural disasters impacting animals.