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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 2014-2019 is $120,706

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

Total combined raised to date is $177,422

Next Event: January 18, 2020

Details to follow

See highlights of the 2019 Event here.

Entertainment provided by:

“Befe”

Big Easy Funk Ensemble

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Latest News

Autism support dog Cory placed with boy from Surrey

We are very proud to share with you this very special graduation from the Autism Support Dog program.

Jay Update – May 2019

Jay has been a very hard working puppy. The last time we wrote to you about his progress was back in October 2018. At the time, Jay’s playfulness didn’t quite meet Graduation standard to become an Autism Support Dog, but his valuable & excellent skills still qualified him to become a compassion service dog. I […]

Every day, we see more and more of a connection

Bobi Fernandes is brought to tears when she thinks about how much of a difference Corky — an autism support dog — has made in her son’s life.
Kye, 10, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at 16 months.

Introducing Teagan!

Hello, I am very happy to introduce you to our adorable little black Labrador – Teagan, sponsored by Kitz4Kids. Teagan and her two siblings were born January 5, 2019, to proud parents Pittsburgh and Oasis. She was generously donated to BC & Alberta Guide Dogs by Guide Dogs for the Blind Inc. Teagan’s name was […]

George Update – March 2019

It’s George here, writing my very first real ‘pup’date since joining my Puppy Raising family in September. I am pretty excited about it and want to thank you for sponsoring me in my journey to becoming a service dog.

2019 event coverage in The Province

Turning their personal tragedy into something positive to help others, the couple has been organizing the benefit dinner for the past 11 years. On what would have been Andrew’s 38th birthday, family and friends packed Richmond’s River Rock…