The Allie Foundation

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Foundation Profile


The Allie Foundation

Founded: April 1, 2016

Chairwoman:   Jeanne Starmack 

Board Members:  T. R. Starmack, Patricia Cyr, Raymond Starmack

501 (c) (3) Public Charity Status: 

170 (b) (1) (A) (vi)

What We're Doing


Rest assured that your Donation will be put to good use.
The Allie Foundation carefully vets each grant applicant or gift recipient to ensure that the organizations are legitimate and using their funds appropriately to benefit abused, neglected or otherwise endangered animals.

Our Mission


 To assist and support qualifying, vetted charitable organizations in their efforts to care for abused and neglected animals, both domesticated and wild, through gifts and grants.  Funds will be primarily raised on 3 fronts, a grassroots effort to secure donations from individuals via the foundation website and donation requests on the websites of the founding sponsor companies; Direct donations from a portion of the sales of the founding sponsor companies; and direct fund raising from larger donors, both individuals and companies. 

Help Our Cause: Improve Conditions for Animals.

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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Our Gifts and Funded Projects

Learn More About Our Projects


Soi dog works to shut down dog meat farms

After being sold, they are crammed into cages and taken to be killed, where they are tortured first

 After being sold, they are crammed into cages and taken to be killed, where they are tortured first because of the belief that the torture will make the meat more tender. 

Legacy Dog Rescue of Ohio

Our Foundation sponsored their April fundraiser with a $300 donation for the dessert table.

 The Allie Foundation sponsored their April fundraising banquet and raffle, with a $300 donation for the dessert table. 



 Denise Herbe has opened her home to stray cats and kittens who get food, shelter and vet care. There are no cages at Denise’s home. Her cats are treated like family as they wait to be adopted. 



 The group was awarded $700 to fund spaying and neutering for 10 cats through a program to help Cincinnati’s feral and stray cat population. 


The foundation awarded the farm $950 for the project of a summer shelter for its cats.

 The motto for this sanctuary in Egg Harbor City, N.J., is “soft landings for old souls.”  

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