Dian and Chuck David and WCC's Quail USA Veteran Brent and WCC Service Dog Tallman US Army Veteran and WCC Service Dog Sully

Warrior Canine Connection

Org #26970
Vetted since 2014
2011
year founded
$177,679
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Warrior Canine Connection is a pioneering organization that utilizes clinically based Canine Connection Therapy to empower returning combat Veterans who have sustained physical and psychological wounds while in service to our country. Based on the concept of Warriors helping Warriors, WCC's therapeutic service dog training program is designed to mitigate symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injuries, while giving recovering Service Members and Veterans a sense of purpose, help in reintegrating back into their families and communities, and a potential career path as a service dog trainer. The program also produces highly skilled Warrior-trained service dogs that will pr... read more

Project Leaders
Jennifer Wilder
Jennifer Wilder
Team
Rick A Yount, Jennifer Wilder, Kevin Simpson, Molly Morelli, Kim Vaughan, Donna Vaughan
Organization Information
14934 Schaeffer Road
Boyds, MD 20841
United States
301-260-1111
Organization Information
14934 Schaeffer Road
Boyds, MD 20841
United States
301-260-1111

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

May 2, 2022
Veteran Service Dog Team Dian & Chuck
Life Before Chuck Dian served nine years in the Air Force; she spent half of those years as a bioenvironmental engineering technician and the other half as a Ceremonial Guardsman with the Air Force...
Apr 11, 2022
WCC Teams Up to Serve More Veterans in California
Both nonprofits that support Veterans in the Bay Area, Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) and Swords to Plowshares (Swords), teamed up in 2020 to provide WCC’s Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR)...
Jan 14, 2022
An Ally On the Mission to Recovery
While many of us enjoyed a holiday season surrounded by loved ones, hundreds of thousands of Veterans are still struggling to find a way back “home.” A fear of crowds. Depression. An...
 
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