This Veteran's Day, we honor and salute all of the brave men and women who have served as members of our military. As a veteran-founded brand, we want to make a difference for other military veterans if we can. We understand the difficulties that veterans often face- That is why we have partnered with San Diego based Non-Profit, Shelter To Soldier to raise funds and awareness for their cause through our handcrafted products. Shelter To Soldier works to bring post-9/11 combat veterans together with trained, rescue dogs to help both recover and move forward. We have created a Limited Edition Matte Black Rescue Collar and new Military Collar Tags to support the program; 20% of the sales from our Rescue Collars will go to Shelter To Soldier, and 100% of the sales from our new Military Tags will go to support the program as well. We ask you, this Veteran's Day, to help us support this amazing cause, "Saving Lives, Two at a Time™".

 

 

Shelter to Soldier is a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that adopts dogs from local shelters and trains them to become psychiatric service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or other psychological injuries. The program also places Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) with active duty military and veterans, and deploys their Shelter to Soldier Canine Ambassadors, a team of therapy dogs, to provide visits of love and comfort to active duty military, veterans and their families as well as community partners throughout Southern California.

Shelter to Soldier Co Founder, Graham Bloem is the recipient of the American Red Cross Real Heroes Award, 10News Leadership Award, CBS8 News Change It Up Award, Honeywell Life Safety Award, and the 2016 Waggy Award. Additionally, Shelter to Soldier is accredited by the Patriot’s Initiative. https://www.sheltertosoldier.org/. To learn more about veteran-support services provided by STS, call 760-870-5338 for a confidential interview regarding eligibility

 

 


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