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First Annual Oahu Gala Event Announced: November 16 Waialae Country Club

First Annual Oahu Gala Event Announced: November 16 Waialae Country Club

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Assistance Dogs of Hawaii’s First Annual “Unleashing Abilities” Benefit Event will be held on Sunday, November 16, 2014 at the Waialae Country Club.  We invite you to be an important part of this very special event, and at the same time support a life changing Hawaii-based charitable organization.

6a00e552b38c428834010536abf1ee970c-300wiThe event will start with a 5 pm reception and dinner will be served at 6 pm.  Enjoy live music, a gourmet dinner, and emcees Guy Hagi and Kim Gennaula.  Tickets are $150 a piece and you can review sponsorship options here.  For more information and to reserve your spot at this great event, please call 808-298-0167 or email info@assistancedogshawaii.org.

Assistance Dogs of Hawaii has been providing Assistance Dogs, free of charge, to residents of Hawaii for the past 14 years.  In addition to Service Dogs for the physically disabled, our full-time Hospital Facility Dogs benefit hundred of patients on Oahu every day: Tucker at Kapi’olani Medical Center, Yoda at Queen’s Cancer Clinic, and Angel at Rehab Hospital of the Pacific.  Courthouse Dog Pono works full-time at the Honolulu Prosecutor’s office helping children who are victims of crime through the difficult legal process. 

2011-HCI liter of Labrador puppies.Our Community Outreach Programs benefit hundreds of people with special needs each week.  These include the Wounded Warrior Program for veterans with disabilities and PTSD and the Therapy Dog Program for people at hospitals, nursing homes, and homeless shelters.

Assistance Dogs of Hawaii is also a leader in Medical Scent Detection Research.  We recently completed a groundbreaking research study with Kapi’olani Medical Center and Clinical Labs of Hawaii, where dogs were trained to detect early stages of life-threatening infections in people with disabilities.  Our next study will be in partnership with the Rehab Hospital of the Pacific and will be the first study of its kind to be conducted in a hospital setting. 

Thank you for your consideration of partnership as an event sponsor or attending the event as a ticket holder.

Your donation will help us in our mission of improving the lives of residents of Hawaii with physical disabilities and developing the untapped potential that dogs have to help people in need.

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