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Roll Over Animal Rescue works with us to identify service dog prospects. They are a great support system, sharing success stories and proven resources.
Rosen Hyundai supported Canines 4 Comfort from our infancy. Owner Scott Levy regularly schedules Canines 4 Comfort months at the dealership, donating a percentage of sales to our nonprofit. Attending our functions, donating sporting tickets, and offering their space for future events are other examples of their generosity.
Vigento del Bino is a key partner with Canines 4 Comfort on our wine tasting fundraisers, but their support has continued since then! They proudly display our information packets at their tasting room in Antioch and donate their tips to C4C.
Lynn G Designs took our creativity to the next level! Lynn's eye for visual design gives our marketing materials a professional edge, getting us noticed in the right ways.
Nature's Select is not just about nutrition, they are about the total well-being of pets. They are leaders in educating the community about animals. C4C's Executive Director of Training worked with Nature's Select on a series of videos to help teach dog owners the importance of training in establishing lifelong relationships with their pets
Canines 4 Comfort and Counseling Center of Grayslake are collaborating to bring our trained therapy dogs to pre-approved client sessions. The Counseling Center also helps identify candidates who could benefit from a PSD or ESA.
Canines 4 Comfort participated in a therapy dog pilot program at Greenbriar School in 2019. Ginny Hiltz, Ph.D., Principal at Greenbriar knows the value dogs bring to students and the positive effect they can bring to a person's demeanor. Ginny and her staff witnessed firsthand the calming influence our dogs brought to their students. C4C is partnering with Ginny to identify, evaluate, and train a full-time therapy dog for Greenbriar.
Without hesitation, Antioch Pizza partners with Canines 4 Comfort on the majority of our fundraisers. From donating raffle items and swag bag content, to hosting service dog graduation celebrations, to creating their own lemonade stand fundraisers, Antioch Pizza consistently supports our nonprofit.
Anthology (formerly Travanse Living) welcomes Canine 4 Comfort dogs to their Grayslake facility for 2-3 visits each month. Our therapy dogs and service dogs in training appreciate the pets and love they receive from the staff and residents. Anthology collaborates with C4C on other ways to partner in the community.
Canines 4 Comfort supports veterans in our community. All our apparel offerings are produced by local veteran-owned Johnny D Tees in Lake Villa. Johnny produces quality products at a fair price and provides design and product recommendations.
We knew very little about trademark protection until we found Goldberg Kohn! Their experts walked us through the trademark protection process and helped us steer clear of fraudulent companies trying to take advantage of newbies.
Central Bark in Grayslake generously donates a portion of their space for indoor training and coaching of our service dogs and their handlers.
PLEASE NOTE: Because of COVID-19 restrictions we have paused on the use of this space and will resume when deemed appropriate.