Charitable Giving Funds
Support Our Programs
Power Paws serve all ages including:
- At-risk children
- People with Type I Diabetes
Power Paws has established several charitable giving funds. Benefactors are welcome to designate gifts to these specific funds:
The Puppies In-Training Assistance Fund provides financial assistance to Power Paws Campus and its puppy raisers who are unable to meet the full cost of supporting a Power Paws Pup and their healthcare. Contributions made to this Fund assist individual puppy raisers with the needs of the Power Paws pup over two years. Your gift to this fund will have a direct and positive impact on the life of a those served in Power Paws outreach program and the final placement of the “special pup for its designated tour of service.”
The Frasier Fund was created in honor the “Founding Dog” and will support new and existing programming and services at Power Paws. Your contribution to this Fund allows us to continue expanding our work on the “Literacy, Reading and Life Skills program to help disabled and at-risk students at schools and public libraries. Your support will help Power Paws extend the educational programming using Animal Assisted Interventions to help students demonstrate academic excellence while changing the quality of their lives.
Restricted Gifts are contributions earmarked for specific programs and projects designated by our benefactors. If you are considering making a restricted gift, please discuss your intentions with Elaine Starks, our Chief Development Officer. Power Paws wants to ensure that your request is directed appropriately to meet your designated goals.
Special Recognition Society
Power Paws has established Frasier Founder’s Society to recognize individuals who have made a bequest or other type of planned gift, such as a charitable gift annuity, to Power Paws. The Society is our way of thanking you for your generosity. To become a member, please notify Elaine Starks, Chief Development Officer.