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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 2014-2020 is $165,706

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

Total combined raised to date is $222,422

The 2020 event was a smashing success!

Donations Final for 2020: $43,150

Thank you everyone!

Money raised at this event is donated to Autism Support Dogs – loyal, reliable partners for children with autism between ages 4-10. All Autism Support Dogs and services are provided free of charge.

Entertainment was provided by:

Dr. Strangelove Band

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All proceeds go to the charity, there are no administration fees or deductions.

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