Furry Friends Food Foundation is a local, not for profit organization which assists those in our community who are struggling to afford pet food and supplies for their furry, family members.
Gas City Dog Club has made a commitment to make a monthly donation consisting or a portion of the proceeds from the "Drop-In" Classes and have established a donation box to facilitate donations from our members, students and visitors.
For more information about the Furry Friends Food Foundation, please visit their Facebook page.
Gas City Dog Club introduced its “Tree of Angels” several years ago to help support several animal rescue/animal support organizations in the community. The "Tree of Angels" campaign is completed again for another year. Gas City Dog Club was pleased to be donate fees from the Santa Paws Photos Fundraiser and the Drop-In fees from for the month of December to be divided equally among all of the recipient agencies. To facilitate ongoing support, there is a donation box set up at the Gas City Dog Club to receive donations or simply make a donation to the organization of your choice independently to help support their efforts in the community. Thank-you!
Organizations supported include: APARC, Cypress Canine Association, Furry Friends Food Foundation, Happy Hooves, Medicine Hat SPCA, Southern Alberta Humane Society, Persian Dreams & Canine Themes, Prairie Pit Bull Rescue.
Jorven Photography has partnered with Gas City Dog Club to provide photo ops for your canine companion and Santa at a nominal charge. Dayna Jorven very generously donates her time to make this event happen on an annual basis. Not only does she take incredible photos but she provides the backdrop and decorations to make the photos even more special. The 2021 event took place on November 13. Funds raised from the event were donated to the organizations supported by the “Angel Tree”.
In 2001, the Gas City Dog Club became incorporated as a “Not for Profit” organization under the Alberta Societies Act. This status means that no member of the club may benefit financially due to their club membership. The Gas City Dog Club is not a registered charity. Club members volunteer their time to provide classes, hold fundraisers for local pet organizations (such as the holiday Angel Tree), and host/participate in community events. Members also volunteer to make the Gas City Dog Club a more positive environment for everyone to enjoy.
Funds raised through club activities such as obedience classes and various drop-ins are utilized for: