Your favorite lifestyle apparel company for the dog lover has started a non-profit foundation and we want to tell you all about it! The mission at Dog is Good for Good is to promote the power of the dog-human bond and the positive benefits each has on the other through creating awareness providing grants and programs.
World’s Largest Pet Walk
On September 24th we invite you to participate and join the Dog is Good for Good pet walking team. Your participation supports Pet Partners Therapy Animal Program which brings unconditional love, happiness, and healing to millions of seniors, patients, veterans, and children in need. This event is for everyone who wants to enjoy the health benefits of being active with pets. In summary, there is no registration fee to participate in the walk. To this end, everyone – pets of all types, family members, friends, and colleagues — is invited to come out and enjoy the day! Learn more here!
The Bolo Project
Be On The Lookout! The BOLO Project, a program for 10-12 grade youth, creates confident, inspired future leaders and “Go-Givers™” while supporting a local non-profit whose mission is aligned with the Dog is Good for Good Foundation. Specifically, the B.O.L.O Project fosters confidence and inspires future leaders through a love for dogs. Learn more here!
Dog is Good for Good Advocates joined forces with Advocates from Not One More Vet (NOMV) spreading their message – NEVER ALONE. Many Veterinary Professionals are in crisis. For this reason, Not One More Vet is a National Nonprofit that provides support to all members of the veterinary profession who are struggling or considering suicide. NOMV has peer support, mentorship, financial hardship grants, and education.
Never Read Alone
We celebrate the magic of dogs to benefit dog inspired Never Read Alone reading programs and advance children’s literacy. For this purpose, your support funds literacy programs across America. Learn more here!
To this end, would you like to volunteer to donate your time and energy to make the world a better place for dogs and their humans? Of course you would! Above all, it takes a village and we would love for you to be apart of the movement. Learn more here!