Ontario Motorcycle Rides
National Service Dogs - Ride for Autism Dogs
by Lindsay Havlin
(519-623-4188, ext. 10)
Sunday, July 18, 2010
10:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Start Point: National Service Dog’s Training Centre, 1286 Cedar Creek Road, Cambridge
Enjoy a scenic ride on July 18 to help support National Service Dogs in changing the life of children with Autism. The ride will begin in Cambridge and include a stop at Rocky’s Harley Davidson/Buell store in London. The day will conclude with a complimentary dinner at the start point.
Registration is $20 per rider and $10 for an additional rider. Raise $100 in donations and ride for free!
Visit www.nsd.on.ca to register.
National Service Dogs is…“enriching the quality of life and enhancing the independence of children and families living with autism and special needs.” Specially trained autism service dogs keep children safe, reduce anxiety levels and bring greater freedom to the entire family.
As a non-profit Registered Charity, NSD relies entirely on funding from the general public, community service clubs, corporate sponsors and community based foundations and fundraising events. It costs National Service Dogs $30,000 to breed, raise, train, place and provide annual follow-up and re-certification testing over the 7-9 year working life of a service dog.
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