How To Cancel IFAW Monthly Donations
International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is a global non-profit organization helping animals, rescuing them, and protecting their habitats. IFAW was established in 1969 in Canada. Now, they have offices in 15 countries and save animals around the world. You can give single or monthly donations to IFAW and contribute to their noble work.
In case you want to opt-out of their monthly membership, we’ll show you how to cancel it.
What Is the IFAW Cancellation Policy?
You can cancel or change the plan of your monthly donations to IFAW at any time. If you would like to cancel a single donation you made by mistake, you can do so within 30 days, and IFAW will refund you.
How Do I Cancel My Donation to IFAW?
If you no longer wish to donate to IFAW, here are your options for canceling your monthly membership:
|Can You Cancel With||Yes/No|
Cancel Your IFAW Membership via Email
You can cancel your monthly donations to IFAW by sending them an email to email@example.com. Their customer service rep will assist you in canceling the membership. You may need to provide them with your personal details and the reason for canceling.
Cancel IFAW Donations Over the Phone
If you prefer to talk on the phone, you can contact IFAW customer support by dialing +1-800-932-4329. They will guide you through the cancellation process.
You may be put on hold for quite some time. That’s when DoNotPay comes in! We can wait on hold and let you know when the customer service rep picks up. Isn’t that convenient?
Cancel Your IFAW Donations Using DoNotPay
DoNotPay fast-tracks your cancellations and saves you both time and money! Check out how you can cancel your IFAW donation in no time:
- Visit DoNotPay via your
- Tap on Find Hidden Money
- Enter IFAW as the merchant
- Submit the request
That’s it! We will contact IFAW to cancel your donation, and then we’ll send you an email to let you know it’s done, usually in 48h.
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What Are Other Similar Organizations?
You don’t want to donate to IFAW anymore, but you may be interested in other organizations that need your help. Visit the following websites to see if you would consider donating to them and making a difference in animals’ lives:
|Organization||Monthly Donation||Key Features|
|American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)||From $19 to $100 or more||Working to prevent animal cruelty|
|Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)||From $10 to $100 or more||Rescuing and protecting wildlife animals and pets|
|Best Friends Animal Society||From $10 to $100 or more||Saving pets from shelters|
How To Stop IFAW Email Spam
When you sign up for the IFAW membership to donate to this organization monthly, you also agree to receive their emails. They send news, updates on their missions, and more opportunities for you to be involved. This can overflood your email, and it can be a drag, especially when you’re no longer an official member.
Luckily, DoNotPay has a solution! We can make IFAW email spam disappear, and do so with any spam coming your way.
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- Visit DoNotPay in
- Tap on Spam Collector
- Enter your email address to connect with DoNotPay
- Forward your next spam email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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