Dog A.I.D. (Assistance in Disability) was established in 1992 to assist people with life-limiting physical disabilities, improving their quality of life by helping them train their own pet dogs to provide assistance with day-to-day tasks and in some circumstances providing life-saving interventions. In 1996, the Dog A.I.D. Scheme was launched nationally at Crufts and today benefits from a team of over 100 Trainers and Assessors working on a voluntary basis across the U.K. from its base in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
By leaving a legacy to Dog Assistance in Disability (A.I.D.), your support will have a lasting impact for disabled people by enabling them to train their own pet dogs as Assistance Dogs, which can transform their quality of life and independence. After you have provided for family and friends, please remember Dog A.I.D. in your Will. Any gift you leave will make a real difference.
Please download our guidance on leaving a legacy to Dog A.I.D. or contact us for a confidential discussion.
(link to the information sheet on guidance and to your email address on contact us)
If you would like help with making or amending your will, you can do this through The Goodwill Partnership. You can book an appointment with them on 0844 669 6148, quoting Dog Assistance in Disability, or visit their website:
(click the red find out more button for the link to their website)
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