Applications Accepted until February 28th
Raleigh, NC — The AKC CAR Canine Support and Relief Fund, a 501 (c) 3 charitable fund that provides resources, funds and other assistance to support not-for-profit K-9 search and rescue organizations, is now accepting grant applications for 2013.
Applications will be accepted until February 28th for grants of a non-emergency nature. After a review period, grants will be awarded in May, although requests of an emergency nature are accepted throughout the year. The typical maximum amount awarded for a search and rescue support grant is $5,000.
“AKC CAR is very pleased to administer the Canine Support and Relief Fund and to support the lifesaving work of search and rescue groups across the nation,” said Tom Sharp, AKC Companion Animal Recovery CEO. “Since inception, we’ve awarded nearly $2 million in grants, and we look forward to providing funds to many deserving organizations in 2013.”
Examples of grants include funding for:
- Human Remains Detection seminars
- Rattlesnake proofing
- Cooling vests, safety vests & repelling harnesses
- Radios, kennels, crates, leashes & toys
- Sonar system for water search and safety training
- K9 First Aid Kits
- Rubble Pile, Agility, Obedience and Control training to achieve FEMA standards
— Applications Accepted until February 28th —
Raleigh, NC The AKC CAR Canine Support and…