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Sponsor a Service Dog

It costs $42,000 to raise and train a PAVE service dog. Your priceless gift of a highly trained canine partner can be the path to freedom and independence for a disabled U.S. veteran.

 

$42,000 – Lifetime Sponsor

Supports a service dog and veteran for the life of the service dog including ongoing follow-up communication and support from PAVE staff, annual home visits and re-certification testing.

 

Sponsor receives an image and letter introducing sponsored service dog. Quarterly updates on the progress of the sponsored service dog including pictures until graduation day. A photo plaque of the sponsored service dog and their Veteran handler. A plaque hung at the PAVE facility honoring the Lifetime sponsor. A press release about your sponsorship. Listing on the Paws Assisting Veterans website as the Lifetime Sponsor for that service dog. Three “thank you” posts on social media platforms and recognition of Lifetime Sponsor in the email newsletter. For group or corporate sponsorship your sponsored service dog & Veteran may be able to arrange a visit at your office. Individual sponsors may be able to attend the sponsored service dog and Veteran’s private graduation lunch.

 

$27,000 – Team Sponsor

Supports a service dog and Veteran through the graduation day including training manual, approximately 45 hours of individualized dog training instruction for the Veteran, graduate duffel bag of dog care supplies (valued at over $1100).

 

Sponsor receives an image and letter introducing sponsored service dog. Quarterly updates on the progress of the sponsored service dog including pictures until graduation day. Listing on the Paws Assisting Veterans website as a Team Sponsor.  Two “thank you” posts on social media platforms and recognition of Team Sponsor in the email newsletter, and a framed photo of the service graduated service team.

 

$18,000 – Training Sponsor

Food, treats, vaccines, flea & tick preventives, and veterinary care, all training lessons in obedience, public access and specialized task work until the service dog is prepared to be matched with a Veteran.

 

Sponsor receives an image and letter introducing sponsored service dog. Quarterly updates on the progress of the sponsored service dog until graduation day. Listing on the Paws Assisting Veterans website as a Training Sponsor. One “thank you” post on social media platforms and recognition of Training Sponsor in the email newsletter.

 

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$15,000 – Puppy Sponsor – (Occasionally available)

Food, vaccines, flea & tick preventives, and veterinary care for 1 year, spay or neuter surgery, health screening, collar, leash, service dog coat, and the first year of training lessons & treats.

 

Sponsor receives an image and letter introducing sponsored service dog. Listing on the Paws Assisting Veterans website as a Puppy Sponsor.

 

Partial sponsorships available upon request.

 

If you would like  to become a sponsor please email PAVE at info@paveusa.org

Private Sponsorship

Individuals or families who desire to make a major contribution toward improving the life of someone who has served our country may fund a dog’s training for either one year or the full two years.

Corporate & Group Sponsorship

Businesses and groups are encouraged to back our great work of providing service dogs to our veterans at no charge.

For potential corporate sponsors: People tend to patronize establishments that support causes they themselves believe in. It identifies your company as one involved in the community while adding visibility and credibility in the marketplace.

For potential group sponsors:  Charitable clubs and organizations advocate and fundraise for particular needs in our society. Whether your group’s mission is to provide ongoing assistance for a specific cause or simply host an occasional fundraiser, what greater purpose is there than aiding those who fought for our freedom?