The Charity We Support:

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Autism Support Dogs (ADS) is part of BC & Alberta Guide Dogs and is a registered charitable organization: tax receipt will be issued for donations over $20.

Total amount raised for ASD from 2014-2018 is $75,119

Past events have raised $56,716 for the Children's Wish Foundation

Total combined raised to date is $131,835

Next Event: January 19th, 2019

Details to follow

The 2018 event was a smashing success!

Donations Final for 2018: $25,518

Thank you everyone!

See highlights of the 2018 Event here.

Special thanks to:


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The River Rock Casino Resort, provides the venue, and staff free of charge. Because of their generosity, proceeds from the dinner go entirely to the sponsored charity.

On behalf of all who contribute to the success of these events, we, the organizers of the KITZ4kids fundraising drive extend our thanks and gratitude to the owners and the management of the River Rock Casino for their support.


“Befe”

Big Easy Funk Ensemble

Erica Sigurdson, Standup comedian, writer.

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Latest News

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Hello everyone. it is Richee again. I hope you are not getting tired of hearing from me, but I needed to let you know how I am doing. As I explained in my last letter I was working on my barking in the house and a few other things. I tried really hard, and my […]

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