The History of Lions Project for Canine Companions.
Abdul Award Application
This plaque commemorates Abdul, a black Labrador retriever who was the first Canine Companions for Independence assistance dog put into service. The story of his remarkable 14 years is on the back of the plaque. Translated, Abdul means “faithful servant.” This award is a great way to say thank you to an individual who has performed outstanding service.
Family Life membership
Two members of a family can buy a Family Life membership. This membership is treated the same as a life membership
Life Member application
Individuals truly become “life” members as the $300 donation goes into a restricted fund and is kept there for the life of LPCC. Only the interest is drawn from this account and donated to Canine Companions for Independence
How to remember canine companions for independence in your will through the
lions project for canine companions for independence
LPCC Donation Opportunities
Download fill out and return form our Lions Project for Canine Companions
Canine Health & Wellness Center Sponsor Form.