Q&A

These are some of the questions we get and some facts that we really want to put out there.

Are you a registered charity?

This is the most important thing to understand, we are not a registered charity.... YET. We are moving forward as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organization and are currently working to get the paperwork into OSCR.

Why did you leave the last Charity?

This is a very personal matter and something Conzo has only talked about in length on his Onlyfans account, as he felt that he needed to tell his followers why the money was no longer being sent to the previous charity. While we can assure everyone that there was no form of animal abuse taking place, there was a conflict that arose from the treatment of a volunteer which made it impossible for Conzo to preach the mission statement of that charity in good faith. In the closing statement of his resignation letter Conzo simply wrote:

"We are not judged by how we treat people who can do something for us, but by how we treat those who have nothing to offer."

We still wish the best for this charity and the work that they do but in the end it was best to part ways. While we are answering this questions for those who wanted to know more, we ask that you do not retaliate in any way against this charity. Any negative backlash might hurt the animals in their care, which is something we want to avoid at all costs.

What happens to the money that gets donated

Since we currently have two ways to donate, there are two different things that happen to your donations.

OnlyFans: This is from the sale of 18+ content produced by Conzo and is currently just being saved. We are currently examining different opportunities as to how best to use this money, but at the moment it feels best to just put it aside until we have a solid financial plan in place for the future.

Website donation button: For those who want to help but are not interested in the content on OnlyFans. These donations are held in a PayPal charity account and will stay there until we have established a solid financial plan.

When will you start?

Right now! By starting our fundraising now, we are actively working towards setting up our sanctuary. We have also begun contacting other charities located in Scotland for guidance on how to become an established charity. If everything goes according to plan, we will have the land we need and be able to start taking in animals in the summer of 2022. In the meantime, our goal is to save enough money to put in a down payment and still have enough left over to build up the necessary infrastructure. For more updates, please follow our social media accounts!