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Join Us In Our Second Annual

Giving Paws for Hope Fundraiser

Thousand Hills Ranch | 10.19.2024

We are thrilled to announce that our "Giving Paws for Hope" event is back for a second year of fundraising for New Life K9s! Join us for an unforgettable evening featuring a live auction, delicious food, and a heartwarming dog showcase.

This charitable event will help us raise vital funds for our program, allowing us to continue providing service dogs to our heroes in need. Attendees will have the opportunity to see firsthand how these incredible dogs have positively impacted the lives of Veterans and First Responders diagnosed with PTSD.

Thank You To Our 2024 Sponsors
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Purchase your 2024 Giving Paws for Hope Tickets Today!

Raise Your Paddles for Good

We are thrilled to have Jim Glines, voted Best Banker in The Santa Maria Valley by readers of the Santa Maria Times in 2024, as our auctioneer for the Giving Paws for Hope fundraiser.

 

Jim's passion for philanthropy and his dynamic auctioneering skills promise an engaging and impactful evening. We invite attendees to come excited and ready to bid in support of New Life K9s. Join us and make a difference in the lives of those who have served our community and country.

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Become a Life Saving 

Sponsor

Want to get involved in our Giving Paws for Hope fundraiser?

Becoming a sponsor is the best way to amplify your support for veterans and first responders living with ptsd.

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A Second Chance

New Life K9s collaborates with California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo, pairing incarcerated individuals with future service dogs. Each dog is assigned two handlers for consistent training, and volunteer Puppy Parents take the dogs home on weekends for socialization. This program reduces costs for New Life K9s, allowing them to place more dogs and save more lives, while also positively transforming inmates, prison staff, and the overall prison culture.

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