Photos from Clarke’s Art Project: Help Support Operation Aid Clarke
Posted on 3 Jun 2011 by Allegra Benz
Dublin Dog and Paws 4 People are currently coming together to help raise money to provide a service dog for a ten year old boy named Clarke who cannot walk or talk but has a smile that you can see from a mile away! The Dublin Dog Foundation is currently trying to raise $25,000 to provide a lifetime of care for Clarke’s future service dog.
Clarke recently painted with Charlotte artist Edwin Gil for a fun day out. Check out the photos of their fun filled day!
For more information on the Dublin Dog Foundation, please visit http://www.dublindogfoundation.org
If you would like to help donate to this wonderful cause, check out some of the Dublin Dog Foundation’s upcoming fundraising events.
On June 25th, the Dublin Dog Foundation will be teaming up with Bags for Wags to host a cornhole tournament at Tyber Creek Pub in efforts to reach their $25,000 goal. The cost per team is $40 until June 24th and $50 on June 25th with 100 percent of the proceeds going towards Clarke’s campaign. The winner of the tournament will receive a $500 first place cash prize! There will be a 50-team limit for the tournament, which will operate in double elimination format. Teams can register at http://www.bagsforwags.org/donate.html
The Dublin Dog Foundation will also host a charity bike ride on Sunday, October 9th where participants will complete a 50 mile ride from Bicycle Sport in Charlotte to the Abors in Mooreville, followed by a catered lunch and live music. Each rider will need to generate $300 in donations, of which 100 percent of the proceeds will again be donated to the foundation’s goal.
You can also make a donation to Operation Clarke or sign up to volunteer online at http://www.dublindogfoundation.org/DDORG/contribute.php