We have over 300 senior dogs that are cozy and warm this holiday season because of all the wonderful people involved in Old Dog Haven like you. If you’re looking for a gift that gives to the dogs, we have some great ideas for you:
Old Dog Haven Calendar
Our 2017 calendar, designed and created by foster dad Joe Myers, is filled with heartwarming stories and photos of the dogs. A perfect holiday gift. The calendar is available with a donation of $40 or more. Please note “send calendar” in the special instructions section.
Click here to order.
Old Dog Haven: Every Old Dog Has a Story to Tell
This book is a celebration of hope, transformation and life lessons taught by old dogs and the people who love them and has received national recognition as well as countless 5-star reviews. A lovely gift for animal lovers in your life.
Click here to order.
Sponsor a Final Refuge Dog
Why not give the gift of a sponsorship to friends and family? Old Dog Haven’s 300+ dogs in permanent foster care would love to have a new sponsor for the holidays.
See all the dogs waiting for a holiday sponsor here.
Want more ideas? Here are three other ways to help:
Become a Golden Guardian Monthly Donor – Your Golden Guardian monthly gift helps the dogs over and over again. Monthly donations are a huge help to us because they are a reliable source of income that assures we can continue caring for our senior dogs. To become a Golden Guardian select “make my payment recurring” on the donation page.
Sign up for Workplace Giving – If your company offers Workplace Giving you can sign up and designate Old Dog Haven as your charity. Visit your human resource department to ask about Workplace Giving.
Donate a Vehicle – If you have an old car, boat or other vehicle—working or not—you can donate it to Old Dog Haven anywhere in the U.S. Call toll free at 1-800-393-4483 or fill out the form online. It’s fast, easy and Donate for Charity takes care of all the details, just click here.
Thank you for thinking of our dogs and helping them celebrate their new beginnings with people who love, respect, and value them as members of their families.
Note: Thanks to the amazing Joe Myers for the artwork for this blog.