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Help a Family

Your gift helps provide a family with much more than a service dog; your help provides a bridge for a child and their family to live a better life.

How much does it cost to change a life?


Good Dog! invests an average of $32,000 to raise, care and train each dog as well as educate and support each family. Currently, we add 8-10 new teams to the Good Dog! Family each year in addition to supporting our active Good Dog! Teams. That means we must raise up to $320,000 annually. To help us offset these costs, our families agree to raise a minimum of $16,000 each. Many families choose to fundraise this amount with the help of our resources and fundraising coach. Good Dog! provides families in need with scholarships to cover the remaining costs of their service dog program.

Your tax-deductible gift to the Good Dog! Family Scholarship Fund helps sustain our programs and makes a direct impact on a family by providing a better quality of life for their child with a disability. 

Help a Family in Need Today!

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C is a bright and thoughtful teen who enjoys reading books and playing video games.  He needs a service dog to help him mitigate challenges with Autism and Selective Mutism.

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Dash is a kind, creative, and quite simply an incredible little boy who loves spending time with his family. He needs a service dog to help him engage with the world around him.


Maya is a compassionate teen that finds joy in supporting others, especially kids facing similar struggles. She needs a service dog to open her world, living with multiple conditions.

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Hailee is the best hugger and high-five pro you’ll ever meet! She needs an autism service dog to mitigate challenges with communication, sensory overload, and social interactions.


Ella is a creative child who loves crafting and singing her favorite songs. She needs an autism service dog to help her with everyday activities like going on public outings.


Penny is a spark of creativity, who loves going on exciting escapades with her beloved stuffed dog toys. An autism service dog will help her with emotional and sensory regulation.




All gifts are received with the greatest of gratitude from us all.

Good Dog! Autism Companions DBA: Good Dog! Service Canines is a 501(c)3 tax exempt nonprofit organization.
Federal Identification Number:  #45-2627922

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