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Phone: 912-279-0440
145 Myers Hill Rd
Georgia 31523
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Target demographics: police and military K9 handlers

Direct beneficiaries per year: more than 30 police K9 teams

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Service dog walker!

Geographic areas served: Brunswick, Georgia

Programs: Heat Alarms for police K9 teams
First Aid Kits for police K9 teams
Replacement puppies for police K9 handlers
Coffee for soldiers

Is there anything you see—in your community, in your school, in your church, in your life, in the world—that you’d like to change? Of course there is! Unfortunately, the world is run by adults, and most adults have stopped “BELIEVING” that they can do anything to change the world.

That’s why it’s time for kids to speak up. Kids aren’t afraid to think about how to make life in our world better—and kids “STILL BELIEVE” that they can make a difference.

Does one person make a difference? Let me ask you, did Christ? God so loved the world that He did something. He didn’t select a committee. He didn’t theorize how great it would be for someone to come to our rescue. He didn’t simply grieve over our waywardness and wring His hands in sorrow. He did something! And, in turn, the Son of God said to God the Father, “I will go.” He did something about it.

Have you noticed how suffering brings people together? Have you watched how people respond to disasters? Suffering pushes us out of our homes. It puts us in touch with our neighbors. Hardship forces us to grab hands with one another and pull up closer together.

In an overpopulated world, it’s easy to underestimate the significance of one. There are so many people who have so many gifts and skills who are already doing so many things that are so important, who needs me? What can I as one individual contribute to the overwhelming needs of our world, our church, etc.?

See what “1Boy” is doing to change and make the world a better place!
40 police K9 teams given a heat alarm system for their patrol vehicle, 64 service dogs given to special need children and veterans, 3 iPads given to a non-verbal child, school supplies sent to teachers at inner city schools, and LOTS of coffee sent to our soldiers!

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I have come to know of Chris when I come across Chris and his SD Bronx as nominees in The Hero Dog Awards. The generosity, compassion and true caring exhibited by this amazing young man, despite his own health issues, left an impression upon me that makes me sit back in awe of his continuing ... more »
Chris Carswell has been an inspiration to me for many years now. I am so proud of the many goals he has reached to make the lives of others better. When Chris sets his sites on helping others, there simply is no mountain this young man cannot move to make miracles happen. It's such an honor to ... more »
I met Chris, his mom, and his service dog last year at a charity event. Chris is a stellar example of doing kind deeds for others and paying it forward. I am excited to witness his journey into adulthood and see all he has yet to accomplish... more »
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