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Ethan & Greta

    Life is unpredictable. With errands to run, kids to watch, and an ever-moving world around us, we all face unpredictability. As new parents, Yvone and Ralph faced an unfamiliar side of unpredictability; a special needs child learning about the world himself. “Ethan was diagnosed with… Read More »Ethan & Greta

    Megan & Nova

      For many kids, wishing for a dog on special occasions like Christmas or birthdays is a common dream. Megan’s wish for a furry companion came true in a unique and heartwarming way when she met Nova (formerly known as “Samova”) thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation… Read More »Megan & Nova

      Leah & Ramsey

        “We lived in a constant state of worry not knowing when a seizure would happen.” Jenka and Kyle have faced unique challenges since their daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with a sensory processing disorder as a toddler. “Leah was a pretty social toddler who became very… Read More »Leah & Ramsey

        Rusty & Veela

          We often talk about the incredible impact your support has on the lives of children with disabilities. Today, we want to share with you a story that exemplifies the transformative power of your generosity and how it directly touches the lives of those we serve.… Read More »Rusty & Veela

          Reece & Risotto

            In February of 2023, service dog Risotto graduated from 4 Paws for Ability with the Chocolate Brown Class and started their career with Reece. In just a few short months, Reece’s mom says, the two are inseparable and their family feels complete. “The first few… Read More »Reece & Risotto

            Olivia Grace Shaw

              Meet our sweet girl Olivia Grace, or for short, Liv. She is an 8 year old little girl diagnosed with Doose/LGS, a severe seizure disorder. Up until her first seizure she was a healthy active child ahead of most milestones. Three days before her third… Read More »Olivia Grace Shaw

              Chloe Landess

                We would like to introduce you to our daughter Chloe. She is 15 years old. As a young girl she loved to play outside, fish, hiking, and swimming.  She would play with her sister and our dogs, or go to her room and play with… Read More »Chloe Landess