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Paws and Stripes
Favorited 365 times | EIN: 272908352 | Rio Rancho, NM
Paws and Stripes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for wounded veterans of our United States military that works to provide service dogs for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury. The service dogs are obtained only from shelters, and are trained by professionals specializing in service dogs. The veteran chooses his own dog, and is involved in training from day one. The entire program is no cost to the veteran.
Dogs In Brazil
Favorited 20 times | EIN: 814068063 | Glenville, PA
Dogs in Brazil is a shelter devoted to saving street dogs in Brazil and has been in operation since 2000. We have rescued hundreds of dogs in Brazil and have placed many of them in forever homes, around the globe. In 2016, we achieved 501(c)(3) status in the United States and our activities in the USA are focused on raising money for the shelter to pay for operational costs, medical care for our rescued animals in Brazil. Additionally we bring dogs to the US for adoption.
Pink Polka Dots Junior Guild
Favorited 14 times | EIN: 204541819 | Lake Forest Park, WA
The Pink Polka Dots Guild was started in 2006 when we lost our friend Sydney to a brain tumor at the age of 11. We fund research through Seattle Children's Hospital to find a cure for brain tumors. We call ourselves "the pink polka dots" because they were Sydney's favorite things. Please help us fight this terrible disease!
Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc.
Favorited 15 times | EIN: 272667123 | Williston, FL
Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization that Rescues, Raises, Trains & then Donates individually trained, federally protected medical service dogs to veterans, first-responders and others struggling with disabilities such as PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, seizure and glucose disorders, and much more. Since 2010, we've donated nearly 200 dogs to those in need, and with your help, we can do even more. There is no federal or state funding available for this program.
Discover Tennessee, Inc. dba Tails of the Trail
Favorited 5 times | EIN: 460618223 | Nashville, TN
The mission of Tails of the Trail is to exercise, socialize and transport shelter dogs, reducing kennel stress and euthanasia rates while increasing community awareness and adoptions. Our newest initiative, Freedom Ride, a dog relocation service, launched in January 2018.
Short Stop Dog Rescue, Inc.
Favorited 3 times | EIN: 811655133 | Bryan, TX
Short Stop Dog Rescue, Inc. rescues local large breed dogs in the Brazos Valley of Texas. We give dogs who have been neglected, abandoned or mistreated a second chance at a great life. Rick Short is a certified dog trainer, so dogs who have any behavior challenges will be positively trained while in our care.
Brazos Pet and Animal Welfare Society
Favorited 3 times | EIN: 273446326 | College Station, TX
We are a non-profit animal welfare organization. Our 2 main goals are: 1. SPAY/NEUTER Increase the numbers of cats and dogs spayed and neutered in Bryan/College Station and Brazos county. 2. PROMOTE PET VACCINATION Improve the health of the pet population in Bryan/College Station and Brazos county through increased vaccination of pets in the community.
Favorited 2 times | EIN: 731677483 | Anchorage, AK
Alaska Trails was founded in 2003 with the mission: To enhance the Alaska trail experience by supporting sustainable, world-renowned trails through advocacy, education and technical assistance. Not only does Alaska Trails build better trails, it develops better trail-users. Alaska Trails works to educate trail users about trail etiquette and to promote cooperation between users. Alaska Trails is a clearinghouse for sustainable trail building and maintenance, sharing information and resources.
War Dogs Making It Home
Favorited 2 times | EIN: 364690454 | chicago, IL
Our mission at War Dogs Making it Home is to help veterans from Vietnam to the present, struggling with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Military Sexual Trauma post-deployment. We provide them with a rescued service dog which they help train in our two-year program of service dog training and ongoing group support. We do this at NO COST to the veteran. Veterans are able to better manage the invisible and lifelong challenges of PTSD, TBI & MST with their rescued service dog by their side.
Tails of Valor Paws of Honor, Inc
Favorited 2 times | EIN: 811221443 | Coopersburg, PA
We are dedicated to providing rehabilitation through non-medicinal therapies with service canines to Veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and physical disabilities. We rescue discarded dogs, for our Canine Connections training program that provides social interaction and human/canine bonding resulting in TOV providing the Veteran with a companion who aids and assists in their daily routines, improving the quality of both lives, creating a better tomorrow.