Service Dogs for Veterans
HawkLaw is extremely proud to announce our partnership with the Service Dogs for Veterans Organization. We have seen the dedication of the individuals who run this organization and we are committed to furthering their efforts of providing service dogs to local Veterans who have PTSD.
Bill Brightman, the Veterans Advocate for the program, began working with service dogs and veterans because he realized that there was a need for alternative treatment methods for victims of PTSD. He, along with Connie Cleveland, the founder of Dog Trainers Workshop, provides skills and training to Veterans and their future service dogs.
With the help of the Dog Trainers Workshop and local animal shelters in Upstate, South Carolina, Bill and Connie have helped many Veterans find healing through the addition of a service dog to their family.
John Hawkins, Founder and Owner of HawkLaw and a fellow veteran, recognized the great work Bill and his team were doing in the veteran community. He knew they could help support the Service Dogs for Veterans organization by raising awareness and donations that would make it possible to assist more Veterans in the Upstate with the financial and logistical aspects of training a service dog.
How You Can Help
In support of this amazing organization we are hoping to raise over $10,000 to put towards the training of new service dogs for our local Veterans. We have pledged to match the first $5,000 to help achieve this goal. Will you partner with us to reach the goal of $10,000 to give back to the men and women who have dedicated their lives to our country? Donate below and change a life!