Elora Lions proudly supports Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides

The Dog Guides’ Ontario 50/50 Raffle will run from Monday, February 1, 2021 to Wednesday, March 31, 2021. Tickets can be purchased at www.dogguides5050.ca. All tickets will only be sold to people who are 18 years of age or older within Ontario.
Tickets prices are $20.00 each or 3 tickets for $50.00.

There are two guaranteed early bird prizes of $500 each. The first early bird draw is on Sunday, February 14, 2021. The second early bird draw is on Sunday, March 14, 2021. Cutoff to be eligible is 11:59pm on Saturday, February 13, 2021 and 11:59pm Saturday, March 13, 2021, respectively.

The main draw date is Wednesday, March 31, 2021 and the winner will be announced Thursday, April 1, 2021.
Don’t wait another minute and purchase your tickets today. And remember - there is no limit to how BIG the prize can grow!
Tickets must be purchased no later than 12:00 pm on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 in order to be eligible for this main 50/50 draw.

By supporting the Dog Guides’ Ontario 50/50 Raffle, Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides can continue to fulfill our mission of empowering Canadians with disabilities to navigate their world with confidence and independence, by providing a dog guide at no cost and supporting them in their journey together.

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Get Your Tickets!!

Click on the cute & future Service Dog Guide image to purchase your 50/50 Raffle Dog Guide Tickets:

www.dogguides5050.ca 

Please note this is a promotional page only, raffle tickets can only be purchased directly through www.dogguides.com 

About Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides: 

I'In the early 1980's Lions Clubs across Canada sought to develop a national project to reflect their service to Canadians with visual impairments. The result was Lions Foundation of Canada and its founding program, Canine Vision Canada, which was established in 1985. Since then the Foundation has grown to include additional Dog Guide programs:
HearingServiceSeizure ResponseAutism AssistanceDiabetic Alert and newly introduced, Facility Support.

In the early 1980's Lions Clubs across Canada sought to develop a national project to reflect their service to Canadians with visual impairments. The result was Lions Foundation of Canada and its founding program, Canine Vision Canada, which was established in 1985. Since then the Foundation has grown to include additional Dog Guide programs:
HearingServiceSeizure ResponseAutism AssistanceDiabetic Alert and newly introduced, Facility Support.

Lions Foundation of Canada's mission is to assist Canadians with a medical or physical disability by providing them Dog Guides at no cost. To do this, the Foundation operates Dog Guides Canada, a preeminent national training school and charity that assists individuals with disabilities through specialized Dog Guide programs. These Dog Guides are provided at no cost to eligible Canadians from coast to coast despite costing $25,000 to train and place. The Foundation relies on donations from individuals, service clubs, foundations and corporations and does not receive any government funding.

Now the largest school of its kind in Canada, Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides is located in Oakville and has a breeding and training facility in Breslau.