Would You Like To Help?
Become a “12th Man”!
The “12th man” is a sports term used in football and soccer (which have 11-man teams) that refers to the fans and supporters who aren’t physically on the playing field, but who never-the-less give the team the strength and inspiration to do their best.
Absolute fact: We can’t do this without you.
We do not charge clients for our visits, and we receive no government support – our work is funded completely by contributions from people and organizations that recognize the value of what we teach. All support is tax-deductible, and donations of any size are welcome! CLICK HERE to see where the money goes.
Donations, in the form of a check made out to “The Little Dog Laughed AAT” can be mailed to:
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S.T.A.R. Team Trading Cards!
Here’s a fun way to help. These cards are for the children we visit – they are a tangible and fun reminder of the sessions, encouraging the bond we’re working to build between child and dog.
For $15.75 you can sponsor a pack of 60 (twelve copies of five different cards) for your favorite S.T.A.R. pooch. CLICK HERE to learn more.
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Do You Shop at Fred Meyer?
Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to The Little Dog Laughed Animal-Assisted Therapy at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. You can search for us by our name or by our non-profit number MM846. Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping The Little Dog Laughed AAT earn a donation! You still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and Rebates, just as you do today. CLICK HERE to download a flyer describing the program.
But Remember That There’s More to Life Than Money!
We also welcome community support in the form of:
- helping plan age-appropriate curriculum and evaluating effectiveness
- identifying and applying for grants (!!!)
- staffing S.T.A.R. training and evaluation events
- contributing materials consumed in classes – fancy certificate paper, stick-on stars, poster-making supplies, etc.
- donating props for new and fun tricks – garage sales, Goodwill and Value Village are excellent sources of sturdy toddler toys appropriate for manipulation by dog paws!
- and above all, dogs/handlers who are willing to give their time