Tuesday, May 5, 2020, is #GivingTuesdayNow, a day of giving. The Nonprofit Matching-Fund Initiative is matching donations to help support nonprofits. Anyone from anywhere in the world can make a donation to the participants (including us!) of the #NonprofitMatchingFundInitiative on now.firespring.com through May 26, 2020 at 11:59 PM CDT. The minimum donation is $10 … Continue reading #GivingTuesdayNow
We’re part of the Kroger Community Rewards! To help support us, simply visit http://www.kroger.com.Once logged into your Kroger account, you can search for Canines for Change either by name or our ID, MC775, and then click ENROLL. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and … Continue reading You can help fund us by shopping at Kroger!
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Last week we gave you lots of craft ideas that you could use to help you fund-raise for your service dog. However, making beautiful handmade items is no good if you can’t sell them! Here are some ideas of places to sell your crafts.Places to sell handmade crafts: Friends, family, neighbors & colleagues The first place … Continue reading How to sell your handmade crafts
If you have been reading our series on fundraising for your service dog then you will know how to make money from items you already own to help reach your target donation goal. However, what happens when you run out of things to sell? There are many types of handmade crafts in which you could … Continue reading Fundraising for your service dog: Let’s get crafting
We recently wrote about the benefits of crowdfunding when you are raising the $12,500 fund for your service dog. While these campaigns can be highly successful, sometimes you need to do additional fundraising to help you meet your service dog donation target. As part of our series on service dog fundraising, today we are going … Continue reading Fundraising tips: Have a house clear-out
When you apply for a service dog, you will be asked to make a donation towards the training and care of the dog. At Canines for Change, this is approximately $12,500 and you have about a year to raise it. This can seem like a large amount of money. However, there are many ways you … Continue reading Crowdfunding campaigns: How to meet your service dog fundraising goal