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100 Club of Arizona
January 17, 2012

On too many occasions, I have seen the good work done for first responders and their loved ones by members of the AZ 100 Club. They have assisted Arizona public safety families cope with the devastating injury or death of their loved ones and their forever changed lives. They have helped in cases involving serious or terminal illness. The 100 Club inspires folks to give much of themselves, their money and their time. From whatever point they get involved, often in the first few hours of an event, they continue to be there for survivors, family members, and the huge public safety family. It is a life-changing and uplifting support in its immediacy and throughout the years. There's a chemistry here. A bond shared by those who have been there and those on the front lines, together with the general public who are appreciative of their first responders and willing to help during critical times.

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Was your donation impactful?

Definitely

How likely is it that you would recommend that a friend donate to this group?

Definitely

How likely are you to donate to this group again?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2011

MY ROLE:
Donor

FEDWELL FARM RESCUE INC
January 15, 2012

We planned to add a cattle dog puppy to our ranch family pack. After searching for a few weeks, a photo and description caught my eye. The dog rescue, Fedwell Farm, was a four-hour plus drive. Carrie (from Fedwell) and I spoke at length on the phone before I decided to meet this pup. Carrie emailed me the adoption forms. We took our alpha female cattle dog knowing that if she accepted the puppy, our other dogs would follow her lead. Upon arrival, we spent time observing the pup interacting with dogs of all ages. Carrie then took the puppy into a separate, fenced, grassy area where we could all interact. The puppy came right over to greet us and our alpha girl accepted her immediately. The pup was healthy, happy, and well socialized. Carrie provided all prior shelter and vet records, and appeared very organized. We adopted the puppy. She transitioned well into our home and this rugged ranch environment. The entire pack accepted her. Cattle dogs are high energy creatures. That works well outside. Inside, she quickly quiets down. (She has slept inside since her first night here.) Despite a rough start in life, this pup has grown into a beautiful, smart, healthy, and friendly young dog. I credit her earliest socialization and good care to those who provided it for her before her adoption. They gave her a good foundation and we took it from there. I'd definitely consider another dog from Fedwell Farm in the future. It was worth the drive for this one!

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finding a dog who was an excellent match for us. I also learned about Fedwell Farm and was able to see many of the dogs that were in their care at the time. Based on my experience, I would adopt from Fedwell Farm again.

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A lot

How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?

Definitely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2011

How did you find this group?

PetFinder and PACC911

MY ROLE:
Client Served & adopted a puppy.