100 Trickum Ct
Warber Robins, GA 31088
Contact for 4 Paws for Ability: Karen Shirk
253 Dayton Avenue
Xenia, Ohio 45385
For immediate release
Eddie needs a helping Paw. Military family rallies to raise funds for a Multi-Purpose Service Dog.
4 Paws for Ability is a nonprofit organization that will train a service dogs to assist in his daily life.
Warner Robins, GA, June 3, 2011: Edward Davies V goes by the name of Eddie. This handsome 4 year old boy with an infectious twinkle in his eye and a bright smile is a hero. Every moment of everyday Eddie fights against the struggles put forth on him at birth. This is because Eddie has two vary rare chromosome disorders, 9p minus (Alfi’s syndrome) and 8q duplication. Both of these disorders combined has left Eddie mentally and physically disabled. Unable to walk and talk he faces many struggles, along with a seizure disorder and congenital heart defects. Why is he a hero? Despite these challenges he is always a happy boy. Because of his great personality his family is able to embrace the positive things he has brought into their lives while they continue to address the challenges. He has accomplished so much in his short life. He has taught many people invaluable lessons and touched many hearts. Despite the gains he has made, he has made little progress in his ability to walk, stay focused and control of his seizure disorder. His family has started fundraising for an organization called 4 Paws for Ability. They provide service dogs to disabled children around the country.
4 Paws for Ability, Inc. comes in. Based in Ohio, 4 Paws for Ability strive to provide service dogs for families and children that struggle with life’s daily challenges. They also train a variety of assistance dogs.
The 4Paws says that they “Have discovered a magic that exists between children and dogs, a magic that can become a life-saving miracle for a child paired with one of our multi-purpose seizure dogs.”You can help bring some magic to Eddie’s life by making a tax deductible donation to 4 Paws for Ability. It cost 4 Paws $13,000 to train these dogs, and the family has committed to raise these funds so Eddie can have a dog. The family welcomes your support. Some ideas for donations include but are not limited to: hosting a fundraiser, donating products and services, etc. Donations can be done by check through the mail made out to 4 Paws for Ability, 253 Dayton Ave. Xenia, OH 45385. Please include “In Honor of: Eddie Davies on the memo portion of the check. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Carolina Davies at email@example.com. If you have any questions about 4 Paws, please visit www.4pawsforability.org or contact the director, Karen Shirk, at firstname.lastname@example.org (937)374-0385
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