Thank you. Two simple words that can’t be said enough. Because of your generous support, Andy can balance better with Service Dog Manna to pick up items he drops or retrieve the telephone when he needs it. After two years of sleepless nights, Donald has Service Dog Holly to ease his night terrors and help him deal with everyday life. Brian is more confident in public because of the skills his Service Dog Jada knows to help with his post traumatic stress disorder. James has a smile on his face and it enjoying his family once again because of Service Dog Abel. And, Service Dog Isaac has learned new tasks to help Leslie with her recent loss of vision. Thank you for your continued support and belief in the people we serve and the mission we do.
The Need. The need is great and it continues. Census data estimates there are 32 million disabled adults (aged 18 or over) in the United States, plus another 5 million children and youth (under age 18). The number of disabled U.S. Veterans has increased by 25% since 2001; 2.9 million U.S. Veterans.
The Wait. People are waiting for the gift of independence. The gift only a quality trained service dog can provide with your help.
Ways to Give. There are many ways you can give to support our programs.
All contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law; 89% of every dollar donated directly supports our programs.