The Canine Companions Southeast Region was selected by Southface Institute to receive a $60,000 check through their GoodUse grant program. Southface Institute, whose mission is to promote sustainable homes, workplaces, and communities through education, research, advocacy and technical assistance, selected Canine Companions from a diverse pool of qualified nonprofits to receive this grant.
Through the GoodUse grant, which helps nonprofits reduce utility costs and reinvest savings into core community services, the Southeast Region will allocate the funds towards replacing their Kennel and Training Building roofs and installing r-21 spray foam insulation. The addition of insulation will assist the campus in becoming more energy efficient, supporting environmental sustainability and resource efficiency while saving mission-critical funds. The upgrades will also make Southeast Region’s facilities more comfortable for the training staff and service dogs to work on skills that can be transformative to people with disabilities.
About Canine Companions:
Canine Companions is leading the service dog industry so our clients and their dogs can live with greater independence. Canine Companions provides service dogs to adults, children and veterans with disabilities and facility dogs to professionals working in healthcare, criminal justice and educational settings at no cost to clients. Established in 1975, Canine Companions has six regions across the country serving all 50 states. Learn more at canine.org.
About Southface Institute
Southface Institute is a sustainable building nonprofit that develops and implements solutions to environmental challenges while ensuring those solutions work for everyone. Each year, Southface’s GoodUse program helps 40-50 nonprofits upgrade the efficiency of their facilities so they can save on their utility bills and invest more in their core services to the community. With 545+ GoodUse projects since 2008, nonprofits are saving $3.5 million annually in operating costs! Learn more and join Southface in building sustainably for life at www.southface.org.*
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