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Canine Angels

non-profit organization assignment for philosophy class 2013
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Cambria Fisher

on 8 February 2013

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How well known is this nonprofit organization? This is Canine Angels's 6th year of operation and are just about doubling in size each year in respects to their budget and supporter base.
They have a 2-3 year waiting list for people to receive our service dogs. Money A way Canine Angels raises money is by getting sponsors for a dog to get advanced training.
Funding for Canine Angels comes from fundraising events, foundation grants, and individual private donations.
The money goes towards Medical expenses, vaccinations, equipment used for skill building in advanced training, and supplies needed for each dog.
Their 2013 budget is about $145,000. It costs about $15,000 to get one dog through the 2-year training program.
They spend about $10,000 per year on things that help market and advertise our organization. Their Purpose... Becoming More Well Known Canine Angels hosts the Annual Walk with Angels to raise awareness and get the community involved. They also have Pet expos, Team Training classes and Dog graduation ceremonies.
The Abilities Expo in Los Angeles and San Jose each year is a big event where people with special needs can find hundreds of providers of products and services to improve their lives.
They have their own Facebook page to advertise more events and get clearer information. On their Facebook they share positive stories of children with disabilities and their families with their trained pets that have changed their lives.
They also reach out to schools and hospitals to let them know how much our dogs can help their students/patients. Staff Members Canine Angels has 5 staff members and about 40 volunteers who are out and about each day interacting with the public.
Kelly Stack, who is the executive director (in the picture to the right).
Sandy Mays and Sheila Kolby who are head instructors, dog trainers, breeder caretakers and puppy raisers.
Kerri Van Pelt, who is a breeding coordinator, breeder caretaker, and puppy raiser. Research Research is extremely important to Canine Angels.
Keeping up on the latest laws affecting people with special needs and service animals.
Keeping in close communication with other programs like Canine Angels is very important so that they can share and exchange information.
Helping to educate their supporters and the public about assistance dogs.
They also conduct research on the children who receive dogs. by Cambria Fisher Canine Angels Canine Angels is a Non-Profit organization that raises and trains dogs for children and adults, between the ages of 5 and 25, with special needs. The Canine Angels Service Team provides trained dogs to young kids at no cost, while other organizations only provide dogs for adults. They have been training dogs and helping children since 2007 and have successfully trained and given over 90 dogs to families with children with disabilities. They are based in Oregon but have operations in northern and southern California. The end :] Tarka Jaine My cousin's dog, Tarka Jaine, was adopted through Loving Paws, now known as Canine Angels.
She didn't pass her final tests to become a service dog because of her attitude.
She needed to be adopted by a family that gave her more love and attention. June 2, 2001- February 21, 2012 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Canine-AngelsServiceTeams/65556441454?fref=ts
Website: canine-angels.org
Email: info@canine-angels.org
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