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Ways to Help

Like us on facebook 
or come to one of our fundraisers.

Those interested in volunteering please complete the Volunteer Questionnaire and we will get back to you with some volunteer opportunities!
Help distribute our brochures, offer your services, help with one of our fundraisers...
Or even better, organize a fundraiser on our behalf!  Many household parties for candles, kitchen goods, and cosmetics offer charitable organization benefits.  Contact us for more information!

Volunteers under 12
At home or school, get your friends or classmates to help you put together a supply drive for some of the items Capable Canines needs most!
Get your neighborhood involved in a donation drive by posting fliers or going door to door with a parent asking for donations for Capable Canines!
Make and sell creative handmade goodies like braided felt dog toys to friends and family to help raise money for the animals Capable Canines!
Set up a bake sale or lemonade stand to help raise money for the animals.


All donations are tax-exempt and help people with disabilities overcome obstacles in their everyday lives.

Your monetary donation is always welcome and much needed!  Monetary donations allow us to purchase dogs, dog food, training, immunizations, veterinary services, and to create scholarships for families to receive service dogs. 
Please think of us during your year-end tax planning and as a possible endowment. We gratefully accept cash, check, or PayPal donations.  Please make your tax deductible contributions payable to Capable Canines of Wisconsin, Inc.  A tax receipt will be mailed to you.

Donations of food, toys, and veterinary services are greatly appreciated. 

Shopping on Amazon?
Use our 
AmazonSmile link and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price
to CCOW!

We also accept donated dogs.  While we would love to accept all the dogs we are offered, it takes something special to become a service dog.  We must evaluate each dog to ensure its success in the program. We are especially interested in Labrador Retrievers, Labrador Mixes, and German Shepherds from seven weeks to four months old.

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