Thursday, July 14, 2022 – All Day!

Join us for this 24-hour day of giving to raise awareness and funds for America’s VetDogs. Your support will help a disabled veteran or first responder conquer the challenges they face and live without boundaries.
Give is a four-legged word!
It’s bark to business, and we are busy working on the four legs of our program to breed, raise, train and place and our special assistance dogs.  

GIVE today and change a life – help a veteran or first responder live without boundaries.

Throughout the day on July 14 visit our social medial pages and make a gift to and double your impact through our match challenges.

 

Connect with usJoin us on social media and share our fun and informational doggo-centric posts with your family and friends on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, & Instagram.

  • 6,218 of a $50,000 Goal

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FAQs

Why are we hosting #GivingBarkThursday?

#GivingBarkthursday is a day for the America’s VetDogs Community to come together to raise awareness of the life changing impact a service dog can have on a veteran or first responder with disabilities.

Together we can create a tremendous amount of impact through collective gifts – big and small.
 

Why Should I Make a Gift on #GivingBarkThursday?

Unite as a community with other donors and help veterans and first responders live without boundaries.

Can I make a gift before July 14?

Yes! You don't have to wait until #GivingBarkThursday to help veterans and first responders with disabilities.
How Will My Gift Be Used?
Your donation will go directly towards the services America’s VetDogs provides for veterans and first responders with disabilities.

How Else Can I Help America’s VetDogs?

Invite your friends, family and colleagues to make a gift to America's VetDogs. Share our #GivingBarkThursday message on social media – the more shares, likes and tweets we have, the more money we raise – the more veterans and first-responders we help. Become a volunteer. Make a short selfie-video(or photo) letting others know why you support America's VetDogs.