National Disaster Search Dog Foundation, Inc. Reviews
As a donor, volunteer and now a board member, my relationship with the Search Dog Foundation started shortly after the tragic 9/11 events. I worked with the founder Wilma Melville and current Executive Director, Debra Tosch in creating a database of the multitude of people who discovered the existence of the SDF during those events. Over the years, my involvement has continued to grow both as a donor and now as a board member. The SDF is an exemplary organization due largely to a phenomenally dedicated staff that never loses site of the goal of rescuing dogs and training them to rescue people. They are more mission focused than any organization I have supported. I will continue to support their efforts as we move forward in quest of making sure that when disaster strikes no one will be left behind.
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As a donor and member of the Board of Directors, I fully support the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation mission of producing the most highly trained canine disaster search teams in the nation. The process of identifying canine candidates, pairing them with the right handler, training the team for certification, and providing lifetime care is a challenging and complex endeavor. Following the vision of its founder, Wilma Melville, and under the guidance of its Excutive Director, Debra Tosch, the tremendous NDSDF staff operates with efficiency and effectiveness in carrying out this mission.
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the day to day activities of carrying out the NDSDF mission. The appreciation of donors - no matter how small or large in amount - is truly best in class. NDSDF is truly a lean and efficient organization that makes the most out of the funds raised.
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