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The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs

Funds for Freedom 2017

Changing Lives Four Paws at a Time

Friday, April 21 • 6 pm

Willamette University
900 State Street, Salem
Putnum University Center 2nd floor
Cat Cavern Room

We are excited to announce our first annual "Funds for Freedom: Changing Lives Four Paws at a Time" event. This will be a wonderful evening of dining and drinking, auctioning, and engaging with the people and dogs of JLAD. All proceeds will directly aid waiting clients in receiving a Joys of Living assistance dog to achieve a life of greater freedom and independence.

The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs trains highly skilled service dogs to assist in daily activities for persons with life-limiting physical disabilities, as well as veterans with PTSD. Each dog we place undergoes our rigorous two-year training program, at the cost of $25,000. Because of generous donations from supporters like you we continue to fulfill our mission.

There are four ways for you to support this event!

  • Attend the event.
    • Enjoy a fine dinner.
    • Participate in the charity auction
  • Donate goods and services to be utilized for the auction.
  • Sponsor a Table: With a donation of $500, you will have a table reserved for 8 guests at the event. Included in the sponsorship:
    • Recognition on event program
    • Table for 8 guests
    • Two complimentary bottles of wine
    • Visual and verbal thank you at the event
    • Acknowledgment on JLAD’s Facebook and Instagram
  • Make a Monetary Donation:
    • Donations of $300 or more will receive:
      • Recognition on event program
      • Visual and verbal thank you at event
      • Acknowledgment on JLAD’s Facebook and Instagram
Funds For Freedom Ticket Purchase Form
($500 each)
(For table sponsorship, you will be contacted directly regarding your meal order and sponsorship listing details)
($40 each)
Chicken Vegetarian
(1 per ticket)
(For donations at or over $300, you will be contacted directly regarding your sponsorship listing details)
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to add 5% to each ticket to cover
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