For all donations of $35 or more, receive a Togo 2020 calendar!!
For almost 5 years, the Togo Foundation has transformed abandoned canines into psychological assistance dogs (PADs) and offers its services free of charge to persons having post-traumatic stress, anxiety troubles and/or autism.
As all of our services are offered without charge we have a great need for financial support from donations. Every dollar received counts and the generosity of our supporters makes all the difference. All donors will receive an official receipt for tax deduction purposes.
Are you a Togo fan? Do you believe that an organization like ours must pursue its mission to continue to help dogs and humans in difficulty? Do you applaud our positive reinforcement methods and the philosophy promoted by Togo? We really need your help to continue our operations and to expand our services. Now is the time to demonstrate your support through a donation.
Thank you for believing in us. Your trust will not be misplaced.
About the Togo Foundation :
Our team is composed of psychosocial interveners (psychologists, psychoeducators, specialized educators) and canine trainers/educators who work with positive reinforcement, always with the communal concern for the well-being of the human as well as that of the animal.
The Togo Foundation is the exclusive supplier in Québec for the Wounded Warriors of Canada, whose spokesperson is Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire. We are proud to provide military veterans and first responders with Togo psychological assistance dogs (PADs) that allow them to recover their quality of life.
Our administrative counsel is presided over by Mr. Jean Lessard, speaker, author and member of PET Professional Guild, of the IAABC (International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants) and cofounder of RQIEC ( A Québec group for interveners in canine training/education).
The vice presidents of our administrative counsel include Mr. Jacques Forget, tenured professor in psychology (Director of the applied sciences and behavioural laboratory at UQAM (University of Québec at Montréal) and Ms. Annie Ross, veterinarian and journalist for the “Journal de Montréal” newspaper.
We depend on the great generosity of the public. Thank you for talking about us, for sharing our publications, for involving yourselves in our team of more than 450 volunteers. Thank you for permitting us to continue our dual mission of helping humans in need as well as abandoned dogs.
Don’t forget : for every donation of $35 or more you will receive a Togo 2020 calendar as a gift sponsored by Oven-Baked Tradition
You can make a donation on line via this campaign page or by post :
Les Chiens Togo P.O. 88034 Val-Bélair Québec QCG3J 1Y9