Kristin Hartness will be facilitating a talk at the Dulles Expo Center in Virginia on December 2, 2017.
To find more information on the Abilities Expo, please click on the link provided: https://www.dullesexpo.com/page_event_current_year.html...
Are you looking for a new way to fundraise? CDK now has a Booster Page! Booster is place to get custom made apparel that supports your preferred causes! It can help you make specialized T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, and more specifically for your event! You set pricing, raise funds, and keep track...
Kristin recently popped over to Northbridge, MA to talk about assistance animals with NCTV-11. Check out the interview here!...
Canines for Disabled Kids would LOVE to thank the Sponsors of our 2017 Incredible Pairings Event!
The Berry Group of Wells Fargo Advisors –
Their financial advisors can help you with a wide range of financial products and services, from individual investments to forming a retirement plan. Contact...
We have some awesome sponsorship and advertising opportunities available this year! For the first time ever, we are offering advertisements in our event program. Take advantage of this opportunity to reach your constituency!
Platinum Sponsor Contribution = $750
Full page ad in the 2017 Incredible Pairings program...
A Beer and Dessert Fundraising Event
3 Decadent Desserts from
Sweet Kitchen & Bar
Expertly Paired With
3 Flavorful Craft Beers from
Enjoy a tasty evening and support
Connecting Children with Disabilities to Service Dogs
Please join us:
Sunday June 25 from 7:30PM – 9:00PM...
CDK has recently teamed up with Jai Santiago and N.Y.CHULA.
The mission of N.Y.CHULA captivates the world with an exclusive leather brand that supports children’s charities through its high-style fashion.
“Show that you care through what you wear.”
Fashion Week Rhode Island Season 3 City Side
NY Chula: Jai Santiago’s...
You Can Connect a Child with Disabilities to a Service Dog!
Kaylyn, KK to her family and friends, is an energetic little girl who loves life. She was born with a very rare condition called mastocytosis, which causes KK to have mild to severe allergic reactions to unknown triggers. These...
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Canines for Disabled Kids’ Executive Director Kristin Hartness was recently featured in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette. Check it out here!...
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