Rodeo Austin, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, contributing millions annually to the youth of Texas. Through the acclaimed Livestock Show, Fair and Rodeo, and other events, we work toward the advancement of our mission: Promoting Youth Education - Preserving Western Heritage. The scholarship program is at the heart of our charity mission, providing college scholarships to deserving youth. Rodeo Austin ranks as one of Central Texas' largest collegiate scholarship providers.
Gentle Barn Foundation
Santa Clarita, CA
The Gentle Barn is an American nonprofit 501 animal welfare organization located in Santa Clarita, California. Founded by Ellie Laks in 1999, The Gentle Barn's mission is to provide sanctuary for abused animals who would not otherwise be able to find homes.
Dogs for Better Lives
Central Point, OR
Established in 1977, Dogs for Better Lives (formerly Dogs for the Deaf) is a national non-profit organization that rescues, trains and places dogs with people who have different disabilities and needs throughout the United States. Hearing Dogs, Autism Assistance Dogs, Program Assistance Dogs (dogs that work with teachers, counselors, and physicians), and Career Change Dogs are free to clients after a $50 application fee and refundable deposit. Out of town visitors and local residents can visit and learn more about Dogs for Better Lives by taking a free tour of the facility weekdays at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. The address is 10175 Wheeler Road, Central Point, Ore., 97502. For more information visit www.dogsforbetterlives.org or call 1-800-990-DOGS (3647).
Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Outreach Services
Mississippi State, MS
Founded in 2008, Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Outreach Services is an animal-related nonprofit focused on animal training. It is a relatively small organization, with $5.5m in revenue and 46 employees. Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Outreach Services is headquartered in Mississippi State, MS and its president is Ronald M. Mclaughlin as of June, 2019.
Retrieving Freedom's mission is to improve quality of life for wounded veterans, disabled citizens and handicapped children through the placement of skilled trained service, therapy and companion dogs.
Service Dogs Alabama
Hope Hull, AL
SDA began as K-9s 4 Kids and K-9s 4 Heroes service dog programs of Easter Seals of Alabama under the direction of Frances McGowin and Ashley Taylor. In March of 2015, the programs were spun off from Easter Seals and placed under the umbrella of the new, independent organization Service Dogs Alabama (SDA).
Service Dogs for America
In 1989, Ed Duden, Steve Powers and Michael Goehring founded Service Dogs for America (SDA)/Great Plains Assistance Dogs Foundation Inc. SDA is a non-profit organization that enhances and empowers the lives of individuals with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships. SDA is located in Jud, North Dakota (43 miles south of Jamestown, ND), and is the only non-profit provider of assistance service dogs in North Dakota.
Retrieving Independence is a Nashville-based nonprofit that breeds, trains and places service dogs with people who are living with physical, mental or emotional disability. This is all accomplished with the help of volunteer breeders, puppy raisers, and weekend furlough volunteers. Through our partnership with the Tennessee Department of Corrections, RI works with inmates to provide a significant portion of the training throughout the almost two-year program.
San Francisco, CA
SFDOG is a non-profit org that promotes responsible dog ownership/guardianship, offers educational programs for dog owners/guardians & the gen'l public, & works for increased off-leash rec opportunities for responsible dog owners/guardians & their canine companions.
Early Alert Canines
Early Alert Canines is a California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to teaming diabetic alert dogs with insulin-dependent diabetics of all ages.