National Association of Service Dogs

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SERVICE DOGS
A NONPROFIT CORPORATION

DOGS HELPING PEOPLE ENJOY BETTER LIVES

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
OF SERVICE DOGS

Help NASD continue to support people with disabilities and protect your rights and theirs to use service dogs.

We also urgently need your financial support so NASD can help rally hundreds of thousands of citizens to fight those businesses and organizations opposed to use of service animals. Thanks to friends like you, NASD has been at the forefront of the fight against limiting access of service animals for several years and as a NONPROFIT Corporation we need your financial support more than ever before. Our ability to educate the uninformed, lobby on your behalf and support your legal rights depends heavily on the donations we receive.

But we simply must do more and we need your help!
  Simply complete this form to make your special gift today. Thanks again for standing with National Association of Service Dogs against businesses who unlawfully would prefer to deny your rights to take your service animal with you wherever you go!

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We are a nationally recognized, non-profit  organization, which professionally certifies service dogs (and other special aid dogs or animals) to assist people with disabilities or special needs.


A special message from the Director.

To all of our present and future members and supporters;

As a non-profit organization we survive mainly by the donations we receive.  With your financial support we are able to increase public awareness about the needs of disabled people and how their lives benefit through use of service animals.

Your generous donations also help us to connect people looking for service animals with qualified animals and trainers.  They also allow us to maintain an active working relationship with the Department of Justice where we discuss this special benefit for Americans with Disabilities and monitor the program, it's successes and help to develop more feasible guidelines for the programs future.

Many business owners and people in general have limited knowledge of the laws which protect a disabled person's right to use and maintain a service animal in public places.  Our goal is to help change that situation by being a constant advocate of the rights of Americans with Disabilities to take their Service Dog or animal anywhere.

We welcome your financial support and any other assistance you may provide.

     Thank you,

     Julie Halverson- Executive Director