A dog may be a man’s best friend, but for wounded veterans and children suffering with disabilities, a highly trained service dog can mean having support, security and a measure of independence.
The NADA Foundation’s Frank E. McCarthy Fund benefits Canine Companions for Independence, which trains service dogs for people with a wide range of disabilities. Each year, the McCarthy Fund makes it possible for two disabled children and two disabled veterans to receive a life-saving companion.
The NADA Foundation works with Canine Companions for Independence to change the lives of veterans and children with disabilities every day by providing service dogs to assist them. Donations to Canine Companions are made through the NADA Foundation’s Frank E. McCarthy Memorial Program. (McCarthy was NADA chief executive from 1968 to 2001.)Donate Today