A Dedicated Nonprofit Foundation

Bringing Safety and Companionship to Autistic Children—One Paw at a Time

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A Dedicated Nonprofit Foundation

Bringing Safety and Companionship to Autistic Children—One Paw at a Time

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Committed to Making a Difference

Welcome to Savannah and Goose Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a focus on bettering the lives of children with autism and their families.

We are deeply committed to fostering an empathetic community that embraces all individuals, regardless of their abilities.

Our main objective lies in raising funds to afford autism service dogs for children who are prone to eloping, thereby ensuring their safety and offering their families' peace of mind.

These service dogs undergo specialized training in tracking to efficiently locate children who may wander off.

We also utilize our resources to promote autism awareness, offering education within our community and perpetuating a positive impact on those touched by autism.

Every donation we receive greatly contributes to the training of service dogs, funding postgraduate scholarships for special-needs therapists, and pediatric grants for copay assistance towards specialty appointments.

We are always looking for generous volunteers, both virtual and in-person, to lend a hand with events, social media, fostering, and more. Together, we can make a difference.

Volunteer With Us

🌟 Be a Force for Good! Join Savannah and Goose’s volunteer team and make a lasting impact in the autism community! 🌟

We're calling on compassionate people like you to volunteer for our cause of bettering the lives of autistic kids and their families. We need your help in setting up and running booths, updating our social media platforms, and spreading awareness about Savannah and Goose. 

Volunteers play a vital role in supporting our fundraisers and make a difference in the lives of those we help.

Sign up to volunteer for Savannah and Goose today and be a part of something truly meaningful. Together, we can help autistic children be protected and feel safe!"

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