Chloe’s SOS Fund (Saving Our Seniors) was created to honor Chloe, who passed away on December 17, 2012. Chloe was a twelve-year-old German Shepherd who was adopted by RADAR’s co-founders in December 22, 2010. Click here to read more about Chloe.
Chloe’s SOS Fund is designed to supplement RADAR’s assistance of senior dogs by providing $50 to $100 towards each dog helped. This special fund can be used to help any RADAR-assisted dog who is at least seven years old. The amount of assistance from the fund will be determined by both the cost of RADAR’s commitment to a senior dog and the amount available in the fund.
Take a look at the dogs who have received assistance through this fund this year.
This is designed to be a longterm legacy fund. We invite you to contribute to Chloe’s SOS Fund to help us assure that Chloe’s legacy lives on through RADAR’s assistance to senior at-risk dogs in rural shelters.
|To see donors and assisted dogs from previous years, please click below:|
A loyal companion is hard to find, harder to lose, and impossible to forget.
|Donor List for SOS Fund|
Thank you to the following contributors:
Rusty & Maisey; Becki Kelso; Judith Apy; Maggie & Finn Garrett, in memory of John Cazayoux & Jeff Crawford’s dog, Riley; Karon Harrold; Matis Family; Ken Siegert & Rick Thompson, in loving memory of their dogs adopted as seniors: Maud, Chloe, Daisy, Winnie, Alice (fka Jordanna) & Grace; Erica Vernon; Dot Terry; Dawn & Paul Zimmermann, in memory of their RADAR-assisted dog, Cocoa
|Dogs Assisted Through the SOS Fund|