Tag Archives: Dogs for the Deaf

Puttin’ On The Dog

Good Sam chapters give a favorite charity a leg up RVers love their pets, and Good Sam members are no exception. So it’s no surprise that the club has gone all out to support Oregon’s Dogs for the Deaf for the past 35 years. North America’s oldest and largest Hearing Dog institution, Dogs for the Deaf
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We’ve Gone to the Dogs

Good Sam Club donates $191,036 to Dogs for the Deaf Dogs for the Deaf celebrated its 35th anniversary with great fanfare last year. To mark the milestone, the Good Sam Club contributed a generous $191,036 in 2012, including donations from individual members, regional chapters and the club itself. Thanking Good Sam Club for its many
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A Doggone Good Cause

Thirty-three years ago, the Good Sam Club lent its support to a fledgling nonprofit known as Dogs for the Deaf. Today, Dogs for the Deaf is recognized as North America’s oldest and largest Hearing Dog institution, providing trained dogs to people with a variety of challenges, from hearing loss to autism. Over the years, the Good Sam Club has played a big part in the success of Dogs for the Deaf, now celebrating its 35th year.
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Dogs for the Deaf News: Teacher Receives 4-Legged Assistant

Dogs for the Deaf placed its first Program Assistance Dog with Janet Voorhies, a special education teacher in the Grizzly Peak Program at Ashland Middle School in Ashland, Oregon.  Janet currently teaches nine children with special needs, but class size and the needs of the children can change from year to year. Nelson, a two-year-old
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