Help Support Dogs make a bigger difference this winter
This winter, why not think about helping Support Dogs, our favourite charity, transform the lives of more children and adults affected by autism, epilepsy and disability.
Cohen was just 18 month old when his family first became aware he had autism. They watched as their happy little boy slowly began to disappear.
He became non-verbal, increasingly anxious and had frequent meltdowns. Last autumn Autism Assistance Dog Azerley came to live with the family. You can read about the huge impact this had in the latest issue of our Aura magazine. You can also watch a video made by Cohen’s brother about the impact Support Dogs have had on their lives click here.
Help Support Dogs to make a bigger difference this winter
Support Dogs receives a plea for help every 8 hours. Their work for people affected by autism, epilepsy and disability is truly life changing. But their biggest regret is that they are not able to help everyone who needs them. For every support dog they can train, they get over 50 requests for help.
They need your help to change this. This winter Support Dogs are asking if you can give a little to help others have a better life.
Please donate and make a difference this winter
Please click here to make a one off donation
Donate monthly by sponsoring a working Support Dog
visit their website for a full list of dogs available to sponsor.
Or you can donate £10 with your mobile phone by texting: SDOG15 £10 to 70070