The Soldiers’ Animal Companions Fund
will close February 27, 2017
In the years since we began in 2010,
we have raised over $765,000.
Through the generosity of our donors hundreds of dogs and cats have been rescued and helped to a better life. And many of our military men and women have been comforted by being able to bring their pets home or by receiving a new partner in the struggle to combat PTSD.
When we close we will be sending the remaining balance
in our account to War Paws.
We are honored to have been able to join you in this wonderful, worthwhile effort.
Happy New Year grant to War Paws: $3,000
Thanks to our donors for helping get Raider home
Read his story here
Kevin is finally home!!
Looks like a Happy New Year in Tennessee!
Read his story here
New Grant to
War Dogs Making It Home:
With special thanks to the Tamaki Foundation
If you would like to read
some past rescue stories,
please click here
Rescue Stories click here updated 01-01-2017
Upcoming Rescue Stories click here updated 12-28-2016
Your Donations at Work click here updated 12-28-2016
Pippa becomes a War Dog click here updated 10-06-2016
War Paws click here updated 10-06-2016
War Paws Rescues click here updated 10-06-2016
Rufus becomes a War Dog click here updated 08-07-2016
Homecoming Album click here updated 03-07-2015
Livvy becomes a War Dog click here updated 03-08-2015
Hannah becomes a War Dog click here updated 10-14-2014
Kala becomes a War Dog click here updated 08-25-2014
The purpose of the Soldiers’ Animal Companions Fund is to help the animals who’ve meant so much to our troops and who can ultimately mean so much to our veterans.
By supporting War Dogs Making It Home, we promote service dog training for our veterans suffering from PTSD and TBI.
The value of these animals for the morale and health of our soldiers cannot be overestimated.
By supporting War Paws, we promote help for animals suffering in hostile environments throughout the world where our soldiers are or have been stationed.
Soldiers’ Animal Companions Fund is a Donor Advised Fund, administered by Charities Aid Foundation America (CAFAmerica), a US 501c(3) public charity that specializes in the responsible oversight of global giving, American donors may claim the maximum tax benefits allowed by law for their contributions.
The money raised through this fund will go directly to the following:
War Dogs Making It Home, an organization helping Veterans with PTSD and TBI
War Paws, an organization helping suffering animals in hostile environments throughout the world.