Assistance Dogs of Hawaii Announces 7th Annual Valentine’s Benefit
Are you ready for some Puppy Love? Join us for our 7th Annual Valentine’s Benefit Event at the Makena Beach and Golf Resort on Saturday, February 14th. Enjoy a fabulous dinner and live jazz music, while learning about the innovative new ways that dogs are helping people in need. Meet our inspiring graduate teams and puppies in training. This event sells out every year, and tickets are going fast! To reserve your table or tickets, please call us at 298-0167.
Assistance Dogs of Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides Assistance Dogs to children and adults in Hawaii with physical disabilities and other special needs. ADH has a main campus on Maui and office in Honolulu. ADH specializes in training Service Dogs for people with disabilities, Hospital Facility Dogs, and Courthouse Dogs. ADH also assists in placing Guide Dogs for the blind, Hearing Dogs for the deaf, and Seizure Response Dogs for people with seizure disorders. ADH has various Community Outreach Programs, including the Wounded Warrior Program for veterans with disabilities and PTSD. Thanks to the generosity of its supporters, ADH places its Assistance Dogs and lifetime follow-up support free of charge to the recipients.