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How to Support Canines For Change

Canines For Change provides highly trained service dogs for children and adults that suffer from a variety of disabilities including but not limited to: Autism, PTSD, Epilepsy and Diabetes. Our dogs empower their person to carry on an active, independent lifestyle. Canines For Change is a non-profit organization that depends entirely on donations, sponsorships and grants.

We have multiple fundraising options for anyone that wants to help Canines For Change provide a Canine Hero! Below are a few possible fundraising options:

  • Host an event – a 5k or other sporting event, host a dress-down day at work/school, plan a holiday party and/or hold a silent auction
  • Team up with a retailer to create a fundraiser – LuLaRoe pop-up boutique, wine party, Dine to Donate nights at local restaurants and/or selling Bravelet bracelets
  • Shop on AmazonSmile and encourage everyone you know to do so as well;
  • Check with your local community groups/clubs for any available scholarships/grants

If you have any questions or suggestions, please email us.





Fundraisers

Rosie’s Family Fun Fundraiser

West Bloomfield School District student Moby has been matched with her service-dog-to-be, Rosie. Moby’s family is throwing a fundraiser to raise the last of the funds to bring Rosie home. The event will have bounce houses, food, silent auctions, and Animal Magic with Mark Rosenthal!

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Date: May 3, 2015

Time: 4 to 7 pm

Location: Friendship Circle
6892 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Cost: $10 a child, sibling set of three for $20
(additional siblings $5 each)
Adult donations welcome!

Direct donations can be made here.

Katy’s Diabetic Alert Dog

Katy and Sparty

 

Don’t know what to get the moms in your life this Mother’s Day?

How about a beautiful and meaningful bracelet for a good cause?

Click here and choose one of the lovely “Be Brave” bracelets styles, and $10 will be donated toward training Katy’s diabetic alert dog, Spartacus.